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Jeffery Camp, who died in 2020 at the age of 97, was a painter whose canvases, far from letting themselves be confined to a time capsule, ceaselessly seemed to spawn new directions, new interpretations and new experiences. Over a long career he moved through a number of phases and with each successive development never failed to produce works of sublime individuality and invention and without ever losing sight of his central belief in what Helen Lessore, an early devotee, referred to as ‘The Great Tradition of European Art’.


Campanology: A tribute to Jeffery Camp 1923-2020


A catalogue illustrating the major phases of Jeffery Camp's life with Jeffery's own words and an introduction by Michael Richardson.

Browse the exhibition catalogue online. 

View the exhibition press release. 

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