Tom Phillips was born on May 24, 1937 in London, England. British multimedia artist whose best-known works included "A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel" and "20 Sites n Years." He was known for challenging his viewers' sense of art.
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Net worth: $16 Million
British multimedia Artist whose best-known works included "A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel" and "20 Sites n Years." He was known for challenging his viewers' sense of art.
He became known as a Painter, portrait Artist, printmaker, collage Artist, muralist, installation Artist, and Photographer. He also went to Harvard as an Artist in Residence.
He painted a well-known portrait of Dame Iris Murdoch and provided illustrations of Dante's 'Inferno,' which he also translated in 1985.
He was born in London to a cotton speculator father and a boarding house-owner mother. His first name was Trevor, but they chose to use his middle name: Thomas or Tom. He and his wife Jill had a daughter named Ruth and a son named Leo.
He taught at the Ipswich School of Art, where he befriended his student Brian Eno. Eno went on to become a famous musician and Composer, and he and Phillips collaborated on "Irma" from 1978.