Keith Vaughan (1912-1977)

Study of a Standing Man
  • circa 1942-4
  • pencil, stamped with studio stamp on the mount
  • 19 x 8 cm.; 7 ½ by 3 ¼ in.
  • Provenance: Estate of the artist; Professor John Ball; Hargreaves and Ball Trust; Anthony Hepworth Gallery; Private collection, UK


Keith Vaughan (1912-1977)

After the Second World War Vaughan came into contact with the Neo-Romantic painters such as Graham Sutherland and John Minton. This certainly affected his work however, throughout his life Keith Vaughan’s artistic theme remained constant: the male nude in the landscape. His palette is unmistakeable, although the subject matter developed into abstraction later on in his career.


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