Brian Taylor

of London, UK

1935 - 2013

With a career that was marked by a desire to portray expression, Brian took inspiration from the everyday experiences of people and animals. While Brian passed away in 2013, from liver cancer, his robust and distinctive artistic legacy survives him well.

In 1956, when he was a student at the Slade School of Art in London, he produced a life-size portrait of Cissie, a closely observed head of his mother. Seen with her hair in curlers, Cissie is portrayed with frank, clear-eyed affection. And over half a century later, Taylor was still energetically engaged in modelling heads of his wife, Michele, their daughter, Belle, and his mother-in-law Beverly.

Exhibited Sculptures

BT041-OTTO_DOG_PORTRAIT-02
Otto
Edition: 3 of 10
Made from: Bronze
Weight: 8 kg
Price: £4,500.00
BT152-JACK_RUSSELL_POLLY-high_res-04
Polly
Edition: 1 of 10
Made from: Bronze
Weight: 8 kg
Price: £7,500.00
BT043-Burano Horse Small Profile Ed 1 of 10 Bronze 22X23X7in 56X58X18cm. Circa 1972 (003)
Burano Horse
Edition: 1 of 10
Made from: Bronze
Weight: 8 kg
Price: £10,000.00
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