Cedric and Lett: Friends and Lovers: Letters 1922 – 1925 by Diana Grace and Andrew Campbell
Young artists, Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines, lived, worked and squabbled in Paris and London in the 1920s, a period of intense creativity for them both. This hitherto unpublished selection of letters comes from the years 1920 to 1925 shedding light on a bohemian and nomadic, almost rootless existence amongst a wide circle of friends, lovers and fellow artists. They shed light on the early years of a turbulent relationship which in spite of its vicissitudes, always put art at its centre.
130 pages, colour illustrations
Published by Darsham Parochial Church Council 2018
Gainsborough’s House holds the largest collection of artwork by Cedric Morris, generously gifted to the museum by the Trustees of the artist’s estate. A selection of his art are on permanent display within a dedicated room at Gainsborough’s House the National Centre of Thomas Gainsborough.