London: The Leicester Galleries, Hogarth Room, April, 1921.
Second edition. 12, pp. 12mo. Brown printed wrappers. Fine Morrow & Lafourcade. BII. Item #338434
After the war, Lewis resumed his career as a painter with a major exhibition, Tyros and Portraits, at the Leicester Galleries in 1921. "Tyros" were satirical caricatures intended to comment on the culture of the "new epoch" that succeeded the First World War. A Reading of Ovid and Mr Wyndham Lewis as a Tyro are the only surviving oil paintings from this series. Lewis also launched his second magazine, The Tyro, of which there were only two issues.
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