KEITH VAUGHAN 1912-1977
Keith Vaughan was born in 1912. After school at Christ's Hospital, he worked for
the Lintas advertising agency until 1939. Initially a conscientious objector, he then served in the Pioneer Corps and as an interpreter
in a camp for German POW's. From 1946 he taught at the Camberwell, the Central and at the Slade Schools of Art in London.
In 1964 he received an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Art and was awarded the CBE in 1965.
from the Keith Vaughan Journals, edited by Alan Ross
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