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This site is devoted to abstract painting and drawing by Brian D. Morrison.(biography below)

 

The main "Vectorial" series on pages 1 and 2 concerns pen or brush drawing sf a linear character, using ink, acrylics or gouache likewise,pastel or crayon,. Then, the" Capillary" samples on page 3 employ the phenomenon of capillary attraction, i.e. of brushed ink on gesso-coated paper.

The original works are now hanging in private collections in Europe. It is still possible, however,to obtain signed, limited-edition prints (Giclée, size 33 x 48 cm.

To enquire about obtaining a signed print, please use the" contact button" at the top of the page, _ or email below

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Biography:

Brian Douglas Morrison was born in 1934 as the second son of the Glasgow paint and colour
manufacturer Douglas L. Morrison. So an interest in colour mixing came early.

He first studied interior design at the Royal College of Arts and Crafts in London, then, foreign languages at the Interpreter’s Institute in Munich (so-called SDI).
An inclination towards Design came back in the late sixties when he started to work freelance for Leica Camera gmbh. Linhof and several publishing houses in Germany.
This occupation, involving translation for art and photography magazines
continued,via the Internet, after moving from Bavaria  to Herault, France in 1984. From 1992 onwards, Brian then progressively found more time for his personal creation on paper.
the focus shifted towards abstract art and drawing.

Update, Saint Rogatien, France 2016


Chantal Reymond-Morrison, Beaux Arts, Paris.
His wife, the curator of the above collections, can be contacted in French at:

chantalreym@free.fr

 

.......To ask a question about giclee prints, leave Brian a message by email (Francais, Deutsch, English), click the "Contact" tab above- or usethe email, below.

Brian D. Morrison
18 cours de Judée
17220, Saint Rogatien,France
abstra34@gmail.com