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Simple lines convey intent with clarity

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Regarding 'Sketches 'a work of art in their own right'?' (AJ 19.7.01), I can come up with only two excuses for the publication of John K Billington's letter: to elicit opposing views; or because of a lack of alternative correspondence.

Whichever, I am rising to challenge the opinions expressed. Keith Williams' drawings have a simplicity of line which conveys an intent with an absolute clarity and, judging by published photographs, entirely descriptive of the reality.

I applaud the Royal Academy for recognising that but, more so, Keith Williams for having had the confidence to present them.

The latter may well have been inspired by his client.

Peter McIlhenny, by fax

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