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Passing On

Drawing to a Close: The Final Journals of Keith Vaughan

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Keith Vaughan: The Mature Oils 1946–1977 – A Commentary and a Catalogue Raisonné

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Keith Vaughan

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Lund Humphries 184pp £40 order from our bookshop

The reputation of the artist Keith Vaughan, who would have celebrated his hundredth birthday last year, may have dramatically declined since his suicide in 1977. However, his centenary saw conspicuous rehabilitation, with a major retrospective at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, which was followed by two London shows and the publication of these three excellent, complementary volumes. 

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