Arthur Jeffress: A Life in Art

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Arthur Jeffress was an art dealer and collector from a Virginian family who bequeathed his "subversive little collection" (Derek Hill) to Tate and Southampton City Art Gallery on his suicide in 1961. That suicide, a result of his expulsion from Venice, has been the subject of speculation in many memoirs. Gill Hedley's biography of Jeffress has benefited from access to many hundreds of unpublished letters written between Jeffress and Robert Melville, who ran Jeffress' own gallery from 1955-1961. The letters were written ...

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