Zuleika Gallery

Keith Vaughan: Works on Paper

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Feb. 16, 2022 - Feb. 27, 2022

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From the collection of the Late John Constable, this exhibition will feature over 40 works, including a full set of lithographs, alongside wartime drawings and watercolours.

Keith Vaughan is particularly known for his tender depictions of the male form. Through his art he explored his own sexuality at a time when homosexuality was criminalised in England. The exhibition shows his breadth as a draftsmen and also includes several sketches made during the war at Bulford camp.

For more footage and an interview with the artist, see here

Image: Keith Vaughan (1912-1977), "Blue Boy" (detail), (1949). Colour lithograph on wove paper, 18 x 12 ins with margins.

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Zuleika Gallery

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In 2020, the gallery opened premises in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, now the gallery headquarters, with a regular exhibition programme.

They offer bespoke art advisory services for private or corporate collectors, using our extensive experience in the art market. "We enjoy placing art in the right context, whether public or private, and helping collectors making considered choices - balancing pure visual joy with stimulating ideas, while also inspiring change through art."

Experienced in institutional and public programming - in 2017 the gallery set up the art programme for the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford and in 2021 began curating for Blenheim Palace in two new public spaces. 

The gallery is committed to showing art that inspires, and to making art accessible without compromise to quality. They work with both the entry level collector and the connoisseur.

Founder, Lizzie Collins studied history of art at UCL, and took her MA at the Courtauld Institute. She became a director and auctioneer at Bonhams, and a specialist at Christie’s in 20th Century British Art before setting up the gallery.

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