Sir Frank William Brangwyn
(United Kingdom, 1867 - 1956)
Born in Bruges (Belgium) 1867 and died in Ditchling (Sussex, UK) 1956. Brangwyn was a printmaker, painter, draughtsman and designer. He was an official war artist during First World War and was one of the finest draughtsmen and a skilfull etcher and lithographer. His most famous commission was a series of large panels on the theme of the British empire for the British House of Lords (Palace of Westminster) and were completed in c 1930. However, they were considered too flamboyant for the House and are now installed in the Guildhall, Swansea.
Name:Sir Frank William Brangwyn
Dates:1867 - 1956
Nationality:United Kingdom
Sex:No data
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William Morris Gallery - London21 artworks
Civic Collections - United Kingdom15 artworks
Private collection9 artworks
Dundee Art Gallery and Museum8 artworks
Leeds City Art Gallery6 artworks
Amgueddfa Cymru (National Museum of Wales) - Cardiff4 artworks
Wolverhampton Art Gallery and Museum2 artworks
Brighton and Hove Museum & Art Gallery2 artworks
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery - Swansea2 artworks
Sheffield City Art Galleries2 artworks
Ferens Art Gallery - Hull2 artworks

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This person died fewer than 70 years ago (in 1956).