Group X was a short lived group of British artists formed by Wyndham Lewis in 1920 to provide a continuing focus for avant-garde art in Britain following the First World War

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  • Wyndham Lewis, 'Edith Sitwell' 1923-35
    Wyndham Lewis
    Edith Sitwell 1923-35
    Oil on canvas
    support: 864 x 1118 mm
    frame: 1041 x 1300 x 85 mm
    Presented by Sir Edward Beddington-Behrens 1943© Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity)
  • Wyndham Lewis, 'Bagdad' 1927-8
    Wyndham Lewis
    Bagdad 1927-8
    Oil on wood
    support: 1829 x 787 mm
    frame: 1900 x 860 x 66 mm
    Purchased 1956© Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity)
  • William Roberts, 'The Diners' 1919
    William Roberts
    The Diners 1919
    Oil on canvas
    support: 1524 x 832 mm
    frame: 1590 x 905 x 59 mm
    Presented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1959© The estate of William Roberts

It was an attempt to revive Wyndham Lewis’s pre-war vorticist group. One group exhibition was held in 1922. Other artists associated with Group X included William Roberts, Cuthbert Hamilton and Edward McKnight Kauffer.