Artist Geoffrey Houghton Brown: The Crucifixion

Artist Geoffrey Houghton Brown (1903-1993): The Crucifixion

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Geoffrey Houghton Brown (1903-1993):
The Crucifixion
Framed (ref: 10347)


23 x 26 3/4 in (58.4 x 67.9 cm)

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Provenance: Private Collection

Having trained in Paris, with Maurice Denis, in London, at the Slade School of Fine Art, and in Rome, in 1924 Geoffrey Houghton Brown became a Roman Catholic and, from then on, religion strongly influenced his artistic output. He became a member of the Guild of Catholic Artists and wrote several articles for its journal, Art Notes. In 1945, he helped established a Church Decorators' Society for the development of sacred art.  Houghton Brown's style was inspired by  Picasso, Byzantine art and contemporary Italian painting.  He was a friend of the artist Roy de Maistre, Father Martin D'Arcy, and Oliver Messel