Frank Brangwyn - Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft

Liss Llewellyn are also delighted to have loaned a number of works to the Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft for their exhibition, Frank Brangwyn: The Skinners’ Hall Murals.

The museum plays host to the panels while Skinners’ Hall undergoes restoration work, offering the public a unique opportunity to see these colossal works of art in the village Brangwyn called home. The exhibition brings together eight of Brangwyn’s remarkable murals for The Skinners’ Company (1901-1912), alongside his etchings and photographic studies for these and other major commissions including the British Empire murals (1925-32) and New York City’s Rockefeller murals (1930-34) in which he used Ditchling villagers as models.

The exhibition runs until Sunday 9th October, and more information may be found via the link below:

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Water carrier, circa 1903
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Study for the Empire Panels, circa 1925
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Three Men Sitting by a Brazier, circa 1891
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Courtier, study for Panel 2, Skinners
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Study for the Empire Panels in red chalk, circa 1925
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Study of boy holding jars, for Skinners Hall, circa 1902
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Boy with Globe, study for panel 5, Skinners
Frank Brangwyn (1867 - 1956)
Study, a Musician for Skinners Hall, circa 1902