Kim Howells explores the story of Welsh art in the 20th century. He chronicles the works of Augustus and Gwen John, through to nationalist revival and the trenches of World War I.
Kim Howells gets back in touch with his artistic roots as he explores the dramatic story of Welsh art in the 20th century.
From Tenby and the works of Augustus and Gwen John, through a sense of nationalist revival in the proud work of Maesteg-born Christopher Williams, ending with the trenches of World War I and the moving sketches of David Jones, this is the story of how art in Wales began to create its own identity.
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