William Brown – Some newly discovered work

North African paintings & charcoals

‘The design of his pictures might be glaringly simple, the colour dazzlingly pure and his calligraphy instantly readable by a child, but the meanings remain tantalisingly elusive.’  Laura Gascoigne ( ‘From under the bed’  2009 exhibition at The Art Shop)

Our current exhibition ‘Some newly discovered work’ runs until 22nd September. This is a rare chance to see work by the late William Brown, the prolific, uncompromising and fearless painter and printmaker.

See a selection of images below showing work in the gallery. Visit our exhibition page to see more examples of work available to buy.

The Adoration of the Venus of Blaengwynfi 2000- acrylic on canvas

What’s Behind the Blanket? 1998 – acrylic on canvas

Un Chat Peut Regarder Un Roi  2006- screenprint. Limited edition of 17

On No no 2 2003 – acrylic on canvas

Ma Griffe 2006 – screenprint. Limited edition of 17. Cupboard of ceramics by various makers.

North African paintings & charcoals

North African paintings & charcoals