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.