Lot Number : 190

  • Brian Shields 'Braaq' (Northern British 1951-1997): Homage to Picasso, oil on board signed 42cm x 60cm 
Notes: born in Liverpool, Shields acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days - a misspelling of the name of the artist Georges Braque, on account of his artistic talent evident from a young age. Although now primarily associated with his Lowry-esque town and figure studies, the present lot is an homage to the cubist artists who lent him his nickname.
  • Brian Shields 'Braaq' (Northern British 1951-1997): Homage to Picasso, oil on board signed 42cm x 60cm 
Notes: born in Liverpool, Shields acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days - a misspelling of the name of the artist Georges Braque, on account of his artistic talent evident from a young age. Although now primarily associated with his Lowry-esque town and figure studies, the present lot is an homage to the cubist artists who lent him his nickname.
  • Brian Shields 'Braaq' (Northern British 1951-1997): Homage to Picasso, oil on board signed 42cm x 60cm 
Notes: born in Liverpool, Shields acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days - a misspelling of the name of the artist Georges Braque, on account of his artistic talent evident from a young age. Although now primarily associated with his Lowry-esque town and figure studies, the present lot is an homage to the cubist artists who lent him his nickname.
  • Brian Shields 'Braaq' (Northern British 1951-1997): Homage to Picasso, oil on board signed 42cm x 60cm 
Notes: born in Liverpool, Shields acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days - a misspelling of the name of the artist Georges Braque, on account of his artistic talent evident from a young age. Although now primarily associated with his Lowry-esque town and figure studies, the present lot is an homage to the cubist artists who lent him his nickname.

Description: Brian Shields 'Braaq' (Northern British 1951-1997): Homage to Picasso, oil on board signed 42cm x 60cm

Notes: born in Liverpool, Shields acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days - a misspelling of the name of the artist Georges Braque, on account of his artistic talent evident from a young age. Although now primarily associated with his Lowry-esque town and figure studies, the present lot is an homage to the cubist artists who lent him his nickname.

DDS - Artist's resale rights may apply to this lot

Condition Report:

Excellent condition, well presented in quality modern frame - ready to hang.

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SOLD £2000

Stock No: 58983

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Collect from The Vine Street Salerooms, Scarborough YO11 1XN.

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