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Sylvia Plath’s pen and ink drawings exhibited for the first time
10.26.2011
08:11 am

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Art
Literature

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London
Poetry
Sylvia Plath
Mayor Gallery
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For the first time, an exhibition of 44 pen and ink drawings by writer and poet Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) are to be shown at the Mayor Gallery in London, from 2 November to 16 December 2011. The exhibition contains drawings made in Paris, Benidorm, Cambridge in England, and Wisconsin. The show reveals Plath’s abiding love for her “deepest source of inspiration”, art.

For details of Sylvia Plath: Her Drawings and Dadamaino: Volumes at the Mayor Gallery, check here.

A selection of pictures can be viewed at the Telegraph.
 
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Via the Daily Telegraph
 

Posted by Paul Gallagher

 

 

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