Painter, musician, pupil of Lucien Pissarro. He was introduced to Lucien Pissarro, eldest son of Camille, the French Impressionist, in 1911. To that point an amateur watercolourist, under Pissarro's tutelage Brown became a gifted post-impressionist painter in oils and watercolours, exhibiting by invitation in the major Post-Impressionist & Futurist show of 1913 - with most of the Camden Town Group as well as Bonnard, Cezanne, Gaugin, Signac and Van Gogh - and at the New English Art Club. He on occasions and up to the mid-1920s employed the pseudonym 'Prior Conway', an amalgam of his own father's middle name and his first wife's maiden name.
Helen Caroline Brown (1897 - 1987)
Cambridge City Crematorium
South Cambridgeshire District
Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Mar 18, 2009
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