HARRY BRIOCHE

Born in the Seychelles in 1965 of Creole and American parentage, Harry had a wonderful childhood growing up on the island of Mahe. However this was brought to an abrupt end when his family was forced to flee the island and the Coup detat in 1977. Harry finally moved to England in 1980 with his mother and English stepfather, and embraced his new land and culture. Harry considers himself a self-taught artist despite attending Art College. He went on to carve out a highly successful career as an illustrator and graphic designer with his company Tom Dick and Harry, working with world renowned brands including Dr Martens, Coca Cola and BAE Systems. From an early age he has been captivated by the drama and beauty of the atmospheric ever changing British sky and landscape, which was in sharp contrast to that of the Seychelles. This inspiration at such an early age was and continues to be ever present in his painting. Harrys work is regularly exhibited at the Mall Gallery in London through the NEAC, ROI and the RBA annual exhibitions. He has a full calendar of national and international exhibitions and shows planned for 2012.

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A Brighter Day

oil on board

15 x 30 in

£1700

A Brighter Day by

Along the Shore

oil on board

24 x 18 in

£1600

Along the Shore by

Change of Season

oil on board

12 x 18 in

£1600

Change of Season by

Distant Blue

oil on board

18 x 24 in

£1600

Distant Blue by

Fading Light

oil on board

18 x 24 in

£1600

Fading Light by

Lost Horizon

oil on board

12 x 12 in

£800

Lost Horizon by

Return of Spring

oil on board

12 x 12 in

£800

Return of Spring by

Sunkissed Hills

oil on board

12 x 12 in

£800

Sunkissed Hills by

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