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CONVERSATION WITH KEITH VAUGHAN

CONVERSATION WITH KEITH VAUGHAN

NOEL BARBER

From 'Conversations with Painters', Collins, 1964

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

TWO ACCOUNTS OF HIMSELF

1965 & 1971

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

THOUGHTS ON ANDRÉ GIDE

(Letter to an unidentified editor)

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

LETTERS TO JOHN BALL & GORDON HARGREAVES

1965-1977

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FUNERAL ORATION

FUNERAL ORATION

BY BOB GOSLING

Delivered on November 11, 1977

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VAUGHAN: LETTER TO THE TIMES

VAUGHAN: LETTER TO THE TIMES

CONCERNING HIS EXHIBITION AT THE LEICESTER GALLERIES

1956

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REMEMBERING IOWA

REMEMBERING IOWA

POEM

By Alan Ross

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KEITH VAUGHAN & JOHN BERGER

KEITH VAUGHAN & JOHN BERGER

THE ARTIST AND SOCIETY

Correspondence: New Statesman, 1954

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KEITH VAUGHAN ON PATRICK HERON

KEITH VAUGHAN ON PATRICK HERON

NOTES TOWARDS A BOOK REVIEW

Undated notes from an unpublished studio notebook

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KEITH VAUGHAN & PATRICK HERON

KEITH VAUGHAN & PATRICK HERON

BOOK REVIEW

'The Changing Forms of Art'

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VAUGHAN TO PATRICK HERON

VAUGHAN TO PATRICK HERON

FIGURATION VS. ABSTRACTION:

Keith Vaughan: Unpublished 'Notes on Painting' 1954

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COLLAGE

COLLAGE

By John Weston

Poem inspired by Vaughan's final journal entry

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JOHN BERGER REVIEWS VAUGHAN'S EXHIBITION

JOHN BERGER REVIEWS VAUGHAN'S EXHIBITION

Through the Gate: 'New Statesman & Nation', June 16, 1956

KEITH VAUGHAN AT THE LEICESTER GALLERIES

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

ART UK

Reference: Vaughan's Work at Art UK

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STATEMENT ON PAINTING

STATEMENT ON PAINTING

Keith Vaughan

1951

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VE DAY

VE DAY

By Keith Vaughan

Penguin New Writing no. 26, 1945

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

CONSIDERED FROM A SCULPTOR'S PERSPECTIVE

By John Fuller

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A VISIT TO KEITH VAUGHAN'S STUDIO

A VISIT TO KEITH VAUGHAN'S STUDIO

By Brian Hancock

April 16, 1962

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KEITH VAUGHAN & JOHN MINTON

KEITH VAUGHAN & JOHN MINTON

By Gerard Hastings

Letters & Journal Entries

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THE NINE ASSEMBLIES

THE NINE ASSEMBLIES

By Gerard Hastings

INTRODUCTION

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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1952

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1952

Oil on board, 142 x 116.8 cm

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

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SECOND ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1953

SECOND ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1953

Oil on soft board, 101.5 x 122cm

Manchester City Galleries

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THIRD ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (HARVEST ASSEMBLY), 1956

THIRD ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (HARVEST ASSEMBLY), 1956

Oil on canvas,
 113.7 x 120.6 cm

Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

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FORTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (TRANSFIGURATION GROUP), 1957

FORTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (TRANSFIGURATION GROUP), 1957

Oil on canvas, 
114.3 x 121.9 cm

Nottingham City Museums and Galleries

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FIFTH ASSEMBLY (TWO FIGURES IN SEQUENCE), 1957-8

FIFTH ASSEMBLY (TWO FIGURES IN SEQUENCE), 1957-8

Oil on canvas, 
114.5 x 127 cm

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

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SIXTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1962

SIXTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES, 1962

Oil on canvas,
 114.5 x 127 cm


Private Collection

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SEVENTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (NILE GROUP), 1964

SEVENTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (NILE GROUP), 1964

Oil on canvas
, 122 x 137.5 cm

The Hargreaves & Ball Trust

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EIGHTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (ORANGE ASSEMBLY), 1964

EIGHTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (ORANGE ASSEMBLY), 1964

Oil on canvas
, 122.2 x 137.2 cm

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

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NINTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (ELDORADO BANAL), 1976

NINTH ASSEMBLY OF FIGURES (ELDORADO BANAL), 1976

Oil on canvas,
115 x 153 cm

Tate Britain

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POEM

POEM

Herbert Lomas (1924-2011)

KEITH VAUGHAN'S LAST JOURNAL

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KEITH VAUGHAN THE TEACHER

KEITH VAUGHAN THE TEACHER

By Gerard Hastings

Camberwell School of Art, Central School of Art, The Slade.

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KEITH VAUGHAN ON FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO

KEITH VAUGHAN ON FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO

By Gerard Hastings

BRITISH ART IN THE 1950s, KEITH VAUGHAN: PAINTER, RADIO INTERVIEW WITH PATRICK PROCKTOR, KEITH VAUGHAN: JOURNAL & DRAWINGS

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

Exhibition List

Solo & Major Group Exhibitions

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

Biographical Details

Compiled by Professor John Ball & Gerard Hastings

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

Selected Bibliography

1942 - 2017

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KEITH VAUGHAN

KEITH VAUGHAN

Works in Public Collections

United Kingdom, USA, Australia, New Zealand etc.

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COMMENTS

I recall seeing such documentaries

I recall seeing such documentaries at school when I was young. No such thing any longer - unimaginable that kids today would be exposed to such wonderful

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I recall seeing such documentaries

In response to: KEITH VAUGHAN: FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO

I recall seeing such documentaries at school when I was young. No such thing any longer - unimaginable that kids today would be exposed to such wonderful thing in their education.

By Tom Dearing on 13/09/2016 12:00 am

Vaughan’s influence as a teacher

It’s good to know that Vaughan’s influence as a teacher can be seen in the work of several British painters: Mario Dubsky, Anthony Slinn and various

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Vaughan’s influence as a teacher

In response to: Keith Vaughan the Teacher

It’s good to know that Vaughan’s influence as a teacher can be seen in the work of several British painters: Mario Dubsky, Anthony Slinn and various others.

By Stephan Horrocks on 09/12/2016 12:00 am

life class at the Slade

Many of Vaughan’s pencil drawing of the male nude were, in fact, made in the life class at the Slade with his students.

life class at the Slade

In response to: Keith Vaughan the Teacher

Many of Vaughan’s pencil drawing of the male nude were, in fact, made in the life class at the Slade with his students.

By Steven Robertson on 09/05/2016 12:00 am

British art

Thank you so much for including the documentary about British art. It was incredibly interesting. Fascinating to see Vaughan applying pigment to his canvas.

British art

In response to: KEITH VAUGHAN: FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO

Thank you so much for including the documentary about British art. It was incredibly interesting. Fascinating to see Vaughan applying pigment to his canvas.

By Vera Evans on 09/07/2016 12:00 am

Hunting through the archive

If only there was a way of hunting through the archive at Granada Television! It would be amazing to locate that documentary for schools that Vaughan was

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Hunting through the archive

In response to: KEITH VAUGHAN: FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO

If only there was a way of hunting through the archive at Granada Television! It would be amazing to locate that documentary for schools that Vaughan was featured in. I would love to hear his voice. The same applies to the radio broadcast with him and Patrick Procktor. Perhaps one day these will turn up.

By Dillon MacBryde on 09/08/2016 12:00 am

wish that some of those values were taught today!

Vaughan’s comments on what should and should not be taught to art students is absolute common sense – wish that some of those values were taught today!

wish that some of those values were taught today!

In response to: Keith Vaughan the Teacher

Vaughan’s comments on what should and should not be taught to art students is absolute common sense – wish that some of those values were taught today!

By Maria Riley on 09/01/2016 12:00 am

He found the process highly beneficial

One forgets that many painters also make a living as teachers. Vaughan was very established by the 1960s and did not have to go on working with students.

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He found the process highly beneficial

In response to: Keith Vaughan the Teacher

One forgets that many painters also make a living as teachers. Vaughan was very established by the 1960s and did not have to go on working with students. However, it seems that he found the process highly beneficial.

By Eric Ormsby on 15/09/2016 12:00 am