Dr Devon Cox is a historian with a special interest in British art and culture from 1880 to 1930. He is the author of The Street of Wonderful Possibilities: Whistler, Wilde & Sargent in Tite Street (2015), a group biography of the artistic and literary figures living in Tite Street, Chelsea including James McNeill Whistler, Frank Miles, Oscar Wilde, Walter Sickert, The Hon John Collier, Anna Lea Merritt, John Singer Sargent, Edwin Abbey, William Rothenstein, Glyn Philpot, and Augustus John, among many others. The book was longlisted for the William MB Berger Prize for British Art History and was the recipient of the London Historians’ Book of the Year Award 2016. In 2018, Dr Cox completed an AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Warwick. Prior to completing his doctorate, he held research roles at the Imperial War Museum and Sotheby’s. He regularly appears on documentaries for Arte (France/Germany), the BBC, Channel Four, and PBS, and featured in an episode on John Singer Sargent in ‘Tate Britain Art Walks’ for Sky Arts which aired in 2019.