This autumn at Pallant House Gallery a remarkable collection of lost works by war artist Evelyn Dunbar have gone on show for the first time. Highlights from the artist’s ‘lost studio’, discovered in a Kent attic in 2013, feature alongside other important rediscovered works, reaffirming Dunbar’s position as one of the most significant British figurative artists of the 20th century. The exhibition, a collaboration between Pallant House Gallery and Liss Llewellyn Fine Art, takes place from 3 October 2015 – 14 February 2016. In January 2013, Dunbar’s painting ‘Autumn and the Poet’ (1960) appeared on the BBC Antiques Roadshow, leading Ro Dunbar, a relative of the artist, to explore the extraordinary hoard of over 500 paintings, drawings and studies hidden in the attic of her Kent home. The unrecorded works were identified with the help of the artist’s nephew Christopher

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