Frank Brangwyn Painting Mural Study Christ's Hospital West Horsham England. Circa 1912

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FRANK BRANGWYN ( U.S./U.K./Belgium, 1867-1956) watercolor, gouache, and charcoal on paper, "The Scourging of St. Alban," study for the mural painted for Christ's Hospital, West Horsham, circa 1912.

Brangwyn began working at the age of 15 in the studio of Arts & Crafts titan William Morris and was influenced by the Renaissance movement, Arts & Craft movement, and by Post-Impressionists. In 1912 Brangwyn was commissioned to paint 14 large murals and 2 smaller murals for Christ's Hospital Chapel. This is a study for one of the large murals.

Brangwyn was a member of The Royal Academy, The Royal Society of Watercolor Artists and The Royal Society of British Artists, aside from murals he had a huge output, Illustrations, paintings, sculpture, stained glass, etchings & woodcuts, he truly was a Renaissance man of the Arts & Crafts Movement.
The painting is bright as the day it was painted and in excellent condition.


21 inches high × 28 inches wide × 1 inches deep


53.34 cm high × 71.12 cm wide x 2.54 cm deep

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