Frank Brangwyn

Charity

1900
A painter and graphic artist, Brangwyn studied at South Kensington Art School and worked as a draughtsman for the British designer William Morris between 1882 and 1884. In 1895 Siegfried Bing commissioned him to paint a mural for the "Art Nouveau" boutique in Paris. Brangwyn's style reflects the rhythmic, decorative line favoured by Art Nouveau, while retaining the Symbolist influence of Edward Burne-Jones and the Pre-Raphaelites. His frieze for the ticket hall of the Canadian Grand Trunk Railway office in London, England, completed in 1908, can now be seen in the Ottawa Conference Centre.
Title
Charity
Date
1900
Medium
Painting
Materials
oil on canvas
Dimensions
147.3 x 160 cm
Nationality
British
Credit line
Purchased 1913
Rights
© Phillips, The International Fine Art Auctioneers, UK/Bridgeman Art Library© Bonhams, London, UK
Accession number
582