Episode 2

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Duration: 30 minutes

Kim Howells continues his journey through the dynamic and vibrant Welsh art of the 20th century with a look at the inter-war years.

In this programme he finds out how the aftermath of the First World War drove artists like David Jones to produce more reflective art, and how the industrial heartland of South Wales was also inspiring a new generation of artists, many of them working class students at Swansea School of Art, and in their midst, one of the UK's leading experimental artists, Dunvant-born Ceri Richards.

Credits

Director
Colin Thomas
Producer
Colin Thomas

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