Wyndham Lewis (disambiguation)

Wyndham Lewis (disambiguation)

Notable people named Wyndham Lewis include:

*Percy Wyndham Lewis, artist and writer
*Wyndham Lewis (politician), MP whose widow married Disraeli
*D. B. Wyndham-Lewis, humorist and biographer


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