Twentieth-century British Modernist poet and painter who is best remembered for his long poem "The Anathemata." His other works include "In Parenthesis" and "Cara Wallia Derelicta."
He knew he wanted to be an artist from the age of six. His parents, recognizing his talent, enrolled him in Camberwell Art School.
He served in World War I from 1915-1918.
He met his wife, Alice, in London. The couple later had three children.
T.S. Eliot considered Jones' literary work to be of great merit.