Sargy Mann's late paintings are open to the public

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Sargy Mann's late paintings are open to the public

Battling failing eyesight, the British painter Sargy Mann thought his blindness would end his career.

But it's widely considered that with a lack of physical vision, his paintings only got better.

Created in the complete darkness with the power of his mind and the help of his wife, his late work has now gone on show at the Royal Drawing School in Shoreditch - curated by one of his former students.

And the exhibition is now open to the public until the 10th of March at the Royal Drawing School in Shoreditch. 


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