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Brian Midlane - 20th Century Charcoal Drawing, Woman with Clasped Hands



With gouache detail. Well presented in a contemporary black frame and white mount. On wove.


In fine condition.


69 x 49cm (27.2" x 19.3")
Framed Size: 87 x 67cm (34.3" x 26.4")

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Alongside this fine expressive collection, we are also proud to present as small collection of works by his wife, the artist Mollie Paxton. This can be found on our artist page.

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Artist Biography

Brian Midlane was a 20th-century Australian expressionist, predominantly focusing upon portraiture and cityscapes. Often raw, his works capture subdued beauties in a silent and pure manner. Unappreciated in Australia, Brian and his wife, Mollie Paxton, sought fame in London, where their work was widely exhibited and sold.

He was the runner up for the Archibald Prize in 1946 and has sold at various established auction houses across the UK, including Christie's and Bonhams. Whilst undervalued in Australia, he did exhibit at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in the 1940s.

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Code qp256
Artist Brian Midlane
Date 20th Century
Dimensions 69 x 49cm
Medium Charcoal
Style Postimpressionism
Subject Portrait
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