Thomas Forbes

Thomas Forbes (30 November 1900 – 31 January 1988) was an English poet and painter. He is considered part of the Post-Aesthetic Movement.

Read more about Thomas Forbes:  Birth and Early Life, Works, Dear Poetic Conscience (1922), Later Life and Death

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Thomas Forbes - Later Life and Death
... Cash-strapped, Thomas Forbes moved alone back to his birthplace, Paris ... The only piece of work recorded by Thomas Forbes in Paris was written weeks before his death and was entitled "Is it fair, Lumiere?" (1988) ... Thomas Forbes died of alcohol-related problems in Paris on 31 January 1988 ...

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