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Three artists, three points of view, but the reason for bringing them together is to reveal the common ground between them, the shared quality of vision which makes them at once unique artists but nevertheless of a similar kind. All three are visionary painters, interpreting humanity and environment through the powerful filter of the imagination. Agar is the most surrealist, Camp the most figurative, Collins the most spiritual. Each transcends the chosen subject to make strange and beguiling images that simply don’t fit the rules and imperatives of the Modernist canon.

Common Ground - Uncommon Vision: Eileen Agar, Jeffery Camp, Cecil Collins (2019)


Includes essay by Andrew Lambirth.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release.

Browse the exhibition catalogue online.

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