Peter Brannan, RBA (1926-1994) was a painter in oils mainly of town scenes, although he did paint some interiors and portraits. He studied at Grimsby School of Art and later at Leicester College of Art 1951-52. His brother was the artist Noel Brannan (1921-2001). Peter exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy, New English Art Club, and at the Royal Society of British Artists, to which body he was elected a member in 1960. He had a number of one man shows at the Trafford Gallery in Mount Street, London W1, and after his death the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham held a retrospective show drawing on paintings held by the family. Peter Brannan lived at Welbourn in Lincolnshire and rented a studio nearby in Newark-on-Trent. He taught art in Newark for 30 years, and a well-received exhibition of his work was held at Newark Town Hall early in 2010. His paintings drew on subjects found mainly in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.
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