6 Studies of Figures

September 19, 2019 8:37 am Published by

Ink and wash on paper
Circa 1940-42

Sheet size : Length 19 cm., Height 18 ½ cm.,
Floated In an oak frame
Frame Length 39 ½ cm, Height 39 ½ cm

RELATED : Keith Vaughan, Studies of Babies, Late 1940s or early very 1950s

Keith Vaughan is probably best known for his studies of the human figure, in particular the male figure. In this early drawing, we can already see his interest in exploring the diversity of human expression but choosing sitters in a variety of postures, some male, some female and also a young boy. This group also includes (top right) a young man seemingly engaged in drawing or writing, perhaps a fellow student of Vaughan’s.

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