Item NMC/0845 - Danger Area (Home Run)

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Danger Area (Home Run)


  • 1981 (Creation)

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Study of dog against grid.

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Born 10 August, 1938, in Elgin; Died 14 January, 2003, in hospital in St Andrews, aged 64. Brown was born in Elgin, studied at Duncan of Jordanstone, was a prizewinner of the Open Painting Exhibition of Northern Ireland in 1970, and gained numerous scholarships to study abroad, including the Netherlands and New York. He exhibited widely throughout the UK, Denmark, Germany, Italy and Switzerland and was one of the Twelve Scottish Painters toured by the Maine State Commission in the US in 1970. He held teaching posts at Duncan of Jordanstone and was, until his retirement, a lecturer in painting at Glasgow School of Art, where he taught, among others, Peter Howson and Joseph Stalin’s great-grandson, Yakov Dzhugashvili.

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Neil Dallas Brown Trust, 14.03.06.

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pencil, ink and gouache on paper

Dimensions: 360 x 430 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/0845

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition


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