Sunday, February 05, 2012




The Neo-Romantic art of Keith Vaughan (1912-77). It's great to see more attention being paid to British painters of the 40s and 50s. The Pallant House Gallery will be showing a retrospective of Keith Vaughan's paintings next month. The exhibition will include some of his semi-abstract figure work of the 60s and the 70s. But its the mysterious and musty rural works of the late 40s which I've long been a fan of. Here's a small helping.

4 comments:

Francis said...

Another Artist I
'll have to look at John. I was very taken with Edward Bawden who you shone a light on a little while back. (Frank)

John Bagnall said...

Bawden is the main man!

wastedpapiers said...

Lovely stuff!

ROOKSBY said...

Yes, beautiful stuff... for a minute there I thought you'd taken up watercolours!