Described as a ‘remarkable artist’, a retrospective exhibition of Gammon’s work was held at the Somerset Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury in March 2002. Examples of his work include images of gypsies and Derbyshire dry stone wallers. He illustrated books, certainly in the 1950s.
Information collated from: Anonymous, ‘Reg Gammon’, http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cache:Wdp-mcbLLO8J:dspace.dial.pipex.com/crumbleholme/dorpot/dpgn0203.htm+%22Reg+Gammon%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8, accessed October 3 2003; Celebrating Somerset, ‘Celebrating Somerset – The Tourism Pages, Events Listing’, http://www.somerset.gov.uk/tourism/pages/subs/events_detail.asp?Event_Title=Reg+…, accessed October 3 2003; Rwa.org, ‘Gypsy Sisters’, http://www.rwa.org.uk/gypsy1.htm, accessed October 3 2003; Bearnes Auctioneers, ‘Auction House Lot Detail’, http://www.thesaurus.co.uk/bearnes/xq/asp/SaleID.1080561/LotNumber.390/qx/lot.htm, accessed October 3 2003; Dial-a-Book, Sydney, ‘Books on Dogs’, http://www.dialabook.com.au/local/1/63, accessed October 3 2003. See also Wikipedia.
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