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Jeffress opened a gallery in London and bought a house in Venice. On his suicide in 1961 he bequeathed his collection to [[Southampton]] City Art Gallery and the [[Tate]] Gallery.
 
Jeffress opened a gallery in London and bought a house in Venice. On his suicide in 1961 he bequeathed his collection to [[Southampton]] City Art Gallery and the [[Tate]] Gallery.
A biography of Jeffress by Gill Hedley will be published by Bloomsbury in spring 2020 <ref>''A Life in Art'' by Gill Hedley (2020) </ref>. From 3 April 2020 to 5 September 2020 "A complete portrait of Arthur Jeffress" will be on show at the Southampton City art Gallery.
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A biography of Jeffress by Gill Hedley will be published by Bloomsbury in spring 2020 <ref>''A Life in Art'' by Gill Hedley (2020) </ref>. From 3 April 2020 to 5 September 2020 "A complete portrait of Arthur Jeffress" was to be on show at the Southampton City art Gallery <ref> to date this has not be open due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. </ref>..
  
 
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==References==

Latest revision as of 11:20, 10 May 2020

Arthur Jeffress in teh 1920s
Arthur Jeffress(1905-1961) was an art collector. He lived just outside Winchester in the mid 1930s with John Deakin, later Francis Bacon's favourite photographer [1].

Jeffress opened a gallery in London and bought a house in Venice. On his suicide in 1961 he bequeathed his collection to Southampton City Art Gallery and the Tate Gallery. A biography of Jeffress by Gill Hedley will be published by Bloomsbury in spring 2020 [2]. From 3 April 2020 to 5 September 2020 "A complete portrait of Arthur Jeffress" was to be on show at the Southampton City art Gallery [3]..

References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Jeffress
  2. A Life in Art by Gill Hedley (2020)
  3. to date this has not be open due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.