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* PHILIP BRAHAM (SCOTTISH b 1959 - ),
NARCISSUS' MIRROR (MONUMENTS TO CALEDONIA)
gouache on paper, initialled and dated '92, titled on label verso
51cm x 39cm
Mounted, framed and under glass.
Handwritten artist's label verso.
Note: Newspaper article about the artist affixed verso.
Note 2: A graduate from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Philip Braham first came to prominence in the 1980s with the rise of figurative painting in Scotland, which culminated in "The Vigorous Imagination" an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 1987. His career includes 22 solo exhibitions to date; in addition to numerous group shows both nationally and internationally. Among the awards received are the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy Guthrie Award for painting and the Royal Scottish Academy Morton Award. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Raab Gallery Berlin, The Scottish Gallery and at the Royal Scottish Academy for the Edinburgh International Festival contribution in 2010. A longstanding interest in continental aesthetics informs his pedagogical role as Course Director for Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices at the University of Dundee. Philip Braham is represented by the prestigious Scottish Gallery (Edinburgh) and his most recent highly successful solo show "Closer to Home" at The Scottish Gallery (his sixth at the venue) was in January 2021. It was recently announced that this exhibition will also be presented at Perth Museum & Art Gallery from 30th April to 5th June 2021.
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