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Drawing is central to Camp’s practice. He draws constantly from life in the studio and makes studies of people and places on his travels to the south coast and around London which then become the principal subject of his paintings: lovers on a cliff top against a light-filled sea or on the banks of the Thames, soaring figures over Beachy Head or happy idlers in a park or on the beach, and all painted in a fresh, loose manner that blends practice and spontaneity often referred to as ‘the Camp dab’

Jeffery Camp: Paintings and Drawings 2005


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