Braaq

United Kingdom (19511997 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Braaq
BRAAQ A Young Boy With A Hoop Wearing Wellington Boots

Halls /Nov 19, 2014
5,060.09 - 7,590.13
Not disclosed

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Shields Brian

 

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 Braaq - Industrial Street Scene With Figures

Braaq - Industrial Street Scene With Figures

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Lot number: 685
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Brian Shields ''Bráaq'' FBA (1951-1997) Industrial street scene with figures Signed and inscribed ''Ann'', oil on canvas, 34.5cm by 44cm *ARR/(Droit de Suite) applies to this lot In an overall excellent state of preservation. Light surface dirt, small superficial dark coloured mark to upper centre.
 Braaq - Eh Up, I'm In Love'

Braaq - Eh Up, I'm In Love'

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Lot number: 320
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ARR BRIAN SHIELDS BRAAQ (1951-1997), 'Eh up, I'm in love', Figures gathered around a park bandstand as the band plays, hot air balloons drifting across the sky, 45.5cm x 61.5cm, oil on canvas, signed 'braaq ann'. See illustration * The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
 Braaq - I Bet Father Christmas Didn't Get A Cowboy Suit

Braaq - I Bet Father Christmas Didn't Get A Cowboy Suit

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Lot number: 334
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ARR BRIAN SHIELDS 'BRAAQ' (1951-1997), 'I bet Father Christmas didn't get a cowboy suit', winter street scene with braaq, wearing his cowboy suit, outside Billins' corner shop, with figures hurrying past as snow falls, oil on canvas, signed 'braaq ann' to lower right, 50.5cm x 76cm. See illustration
 Braaq - A Young Boy With A Hoop Wearing Wellington Boots

Braaq - A Young Boy With A Hoop Wearing Wellington Boots

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Lot number: 532
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Brian Shields 'Braaq' (1951-1997) A young boy with a hoop wearing wellington boots, possibly the artist, Another young boy smoking a cigarette wearing a 'Fame' tee shirt and wellington boots, A young girl playing with a small balloon, possibly the artist's sister Ann, A young girl wearing a pink jumper, all signed 'Braaq' and inscribed Ann, oil on board, each 12.5cm x 10cm, unframed (a set of... More Brian Shields 'Braaq' (1951-1997) A young boy with a hoop wearing wellington boots, possibly the artist, Another young boy smoking a cigarette wearing a 'Fame' tee shirt and wellington boots, A young girl playing with a small balloon, possibly the artist's sister Ann, A young girl wearing a pink jumper, all signed 'Braaq' and inscribed Ann, oil on board, each 12.5cm x 10cm, unframed (a set of four) The artist was born in Liverpool, purportedly in Kinder Street washouse. He is renowned for producing industrial scenes of Northern life, in fact he was referred to as the 'Liverpool Lowry'. He acquired the nickname 'Braaq' in his school days, on account of his artistic talent after the French painter Georges Braque, a misspelling then transformed Braque into 'Braaq'. He was the fourth child of a large family (twelve siblings) his father Dennis was an established artist, and one of his brothers also called Dennis is a Lanarkshire (Coatbridge) based sculptor and painter. Brian held his first exhibition in 1974, and in 1977 was invited to hold four shows in London, he was described by 'The Times' as "one of the six most successful artists in England. The Liverpool Echo also featured him in many of their issues, often comparing him to Manchester's, Laurence Stephen Lowry. In the late 1970's tragedy struck and his sister Ann sadly died at the extremely young age of twenty, in memory of her, many of his pictures were not only signed, but inscribed 'Ann'. He is also renowned for painting himself into many of his pictures, wearing wellies and invariably a black and white striped cotton jumper, apparently the jumper was the only "new" item of clothing he ever remembered receiving as a young boy. Most of his life was spent working as a trainee chef in Harrogate, when some murals he painted on the walls of the hotel he worked at were discovered, it caused quite a stir and for several weeks a search was carried out with the help of the local newspapers to find out who had produced them, it is generally accepted that this had been a publicity stunt, which obviously worked to promote his work in Harrogate and Leeds, it is said that he produced pub signs for local hostelries. Although successful he was often faced with financial difficulties and was declared bankrupt towards the end of his career, he sadly died of a brain haemorrhage at the early age of forty six. His works are now extremely popular and realise many tens of thousands both in the Salerooms and in retail Galleries. **Sold together with a facsimile of a letter from the artist to the vendor's husband. May be subject to artist resale rights.
 Braaq - Who Lives In The House On The Hill

Braaq - Who Lives In The House On The Hill

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Lot number: 121
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Braaq (Brian Shields) (1951-1997) Who lives in the House on the Hill? signed, inscribed and dated 'braaq 76 F.B.A. ' ANN '' (lower left) and inscribed ' WHO LIVES IN/THE HOUSE ON/THE HILL? ' (on the artist's label attached to the reverse) oil on board 13¾ x 17½ in. (34.9 x 44.4 cm.)
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