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19th, 20th & 21st Century Artists

Brian Hagger
(1935 - 2006)
Sadly, Brian died in March 2006
"January Sunday 1969"
oil 8 x 10 ins


Brian Hagger (1935 - 2006)
Brain Hagger is a painter of urban scenes in oils. He was born on 29th January 1935 in Bury St Edmunds educated at West Suffolk County Grammar School, Ipswich School of Art between 1952 and 1956 and the Royal College of Art between 1958 and 1961. He became a studio assistant to William Scott and exhibited his work in the open air art shows in Piccadilly and Kings Road Chelsea where he was noticed by the American owner of the new Bramante Gallery in Victoria. He had 4 one man shows at Bramante Galleries, London and many mixed shows between 1968 and 1971. He showed at the Thackeray Gallery between 1971 and 1976 where he had 5 one man shows. In 1977 he had a one man show with Langton Gallery in Chealsea. He exhibited at the RA during the 1960s 70s and 80s. From 1978 he exhibited at a number of galleries Furneaux Gallery in Wimbledon, Mill Hill Gallery in north London, Selective Eye Gallery in Jersey and Guernsey and the Pheonix Galleries in Lavenham Suffolk and Highgate, North London and Frames of Norwich. He has sold over 400 paintings in this period. He was a member of the Norwich Twenty Group. . His paintings often depict the faded areas of Chelsea and Fulham as well as Brighton. He uses strong draughtsmanship and restrained colour to capture the atmosphere of particular locations. "I have always been interested in Urban landscape and seascape. This has been the subject matter of my work for most of my life. The buildings in question are painted as I see them, although this may sometimes produce architectural changes for the sake of the painting - although almost photographic in concept I try to base them on sound principle of abstract design. An important part of the paintings are the figures which are stylised and simplified to suit the painting in question" Brian Hagger's words

Robert Leslie Howey
(1900 - 1981)
"Ennerdale from the West"
watercolour 18 x 6.5ins


Robert Leslie Howey (1900 - 1981)
Painter of Landscapes, seascapes and portraits in pastel, oil and watercolour. Born at West Hartlepool, County Durham son of John William Howey. He studied at the Hartlepool School of Art. He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Society of British Artists and also in the provinces. He worked mainly in the North of England. A one man show of his work was held at the Gray Art Gallery in Hartlepool in 1949. Robert Howey accompanied his father who was a member of the Staithes Group of Artists on painting trips to the Yorkshire coast with many well known artists including Rowland Hill one of the founder members of the Staithes Group of Artists, Mark Senior and Florence Hess. One of the first British artists to proliferate linocut work. He is listed as living at 108 Percy Street in West Hartlepool and died at Seaton Carew, Hartlepool in 1981.
   

Leonard Russell Squirrell RWS RI RE PS SGA
(1893 - 1979)
" The The Shambles York 1935"
21 of 40 aquatint 12.5 x 8.5 ins


Leonard Russell Squirrell RWS RI RE PS SGA (1893 - 1979)
Leonard Squirrell was born in Ipswich and studied art at Ipswich School of Art under George Robert Rushton RI RBA RBSA 1869 -1948 and at the Slade under Henry Tonks. Leonard won a British Institution Scholarship in 1915 for engraving and a gold medal at the International Print Makers' Exhibition at Los Angeles in 1925 and 1930, a silver in 1923 and was a founder member of the Ipswich Art Club. Leonard exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Marine Artists, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour Royal Scottish Academy and Royal Society of Painter - Etchers and Engravers. Work of his is in several public collections including the British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. It was for his etching, a technique he mastered totally, that he is chiefly remembered.

Leonard Richmond (exh 1912 - 1944)
"The Old Harbour Honfleur"
oil 14 x 19ins


Leonard Richmond (1889-1965)
Landscape, figure painter and teacher. Studied art at Taunton School of Art and Chelsea Polytechnic. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Fine Art Society, Walker Gallery, Lanham's in St Ives, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and Walker Gallery in Liverpool. He also showed extensively abroad where he won various awards including the Tuthill Prize at Chicago International Watercolour Exhibition in 1928 and a silver medal at the Paris Salon in 1947. He lived in London and moved to Guildford in 1935 his addresses were Lancaster, Woodland Avenue and 30 Litchfield Way, Onslow Village. He moved to St Ives and then returned to London. He has written instructional books "The Art of Painting in Pastel", "The Art of Landscape Painting" and "The Techniques of Oil Painting"
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