Linocut 'Pan'
Linocut 'Pan'
Linocut 'Pan'
Linocut 'Pan'

STANISLAUS BRIEN (born c.1900)

Linocut 'Pan'

c. 1930 United Kingdom

Offered by Nic McElhatton Art Sales & Advisory Ltd


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Linocut edition 9/50, signed, framed and glazed.

Brien was born in Poland and surfaced in Britain during the 1930s as a popular graphic artist, much in demand for designing transport posters for the major railway companies as well as Shell and London Underground. The latter featured a Hoolock Gibbon monkey drawn in charcoal in his distinctive art deco style. He exhibited his paintings at the Redfern Gallery in the early 1930s.

Although no further biographical details are currently available, Brien was clearly well thought of amongst his peers. This collection of works on paper come from the collection of his friend and colleague, the Scottish painter and printmaker Iain Macnab.
No obvious issues.
Height 18.50 cm (7.28 inches)
Width 22.00 cm (8.66 inches)
External Height 39.00 cm (15.35 inches)
External Width 31.50 cm (12.40 inches)
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