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Thomas Hennell

While now as then David Hockney needs no introduction, Thomas Hennell (1903 1945) has somehow slipped off the radar and undoubtedly deserves to be more widely recognized today.

At the time of his death, Hennell was widely considered to be one of Britai’s most significant watercolorists and notable cultural figures. He struggled with serious mental illness, was diagnosed as schizophrenic and spent the years from 1932 to 1935 in three different “”mental hospitals””, the Maudsley Hospital amongst them.

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