Keith Vaughan

Journal number twenty-one

19 May–16 June 1944

Created by
Keith Vaughan 1912–1977
Title
Journal number twenty-one
Date
19 May–16 June 1944
Description
Covering such subjects as comparing art to music (especially Beethoven's 9th symphony), Graham Sutherland's thoughts on 'the resolution of forms in painting', friends (including 'Paddy' and Bill Greest), love affair with Ronny M, two sketches of two male nudes, drawing and things Vaughan ought to do, reflections on the atrocities of war, the thrill of flying, Forster's 'Room with a View' and the invasion of France.
Format
Bound volume - diary
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
The majority of the papers were given to the Tate Gallery by the executors of Vaughan's estate in 2008. Other items were given by Gerard Hastings and Mark Cecil.
Reference
TGA 200817/1/21

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