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David Brownlow, Fort Worth Circle , Artist Art Paintings Fort Worth antiques

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  • David Brownlow, Fort Worth Circle , Artist Art Paintings Fort Worth antiques
  • David Brownlow, Fort Worth Circle , Artist Art Paintings Fort Worth antiques

Fort Worth Artists are Courageous.
They show us their dreams and truth.
David Brownlow (1915 – 2008)

David Brownlow, who taught himself to paint by reading art books,
Is in North Texas Art history
as a member of the Fort
Worth Circle. His work is included in the collections of the Modern Art
Museum of Fort Worth,
the Dallas Museum of Art,
the Amarillo Museum of Art
AND several others.
The Fort Worth Circle was a group of painters who transformed
the region’s art scene after World War II.
“Mr. Brownlow’s experimentation
led to success in producing modernist and abstract pieces.”
Morris Matson, a Fort Worth art collector and former City Council member.
“He’s probably as widely collected as any Fort Worth artist because he
was so prolific. Anybody that collects
Art in Fort Worth
knows David Brownlow .”
Mr. Brownlow learned what he could from books in the Fort Worth Public
Library. He also received encouragement from his junior high school art
teacher and from studying local artist
Pattie R. East’s work, according
to biographical information compiled
by local art historian Scott Grant Barker.
During the war, Mr. Brownlow worked as a sheet metal fabricator at North
American Aviation in Grand Prairie.
Later, he worked in the engineering testing department at General Dynamics.
Mr. Brownlow worked with palette knife. He was known for abstractions of
architectural forms, most often cathedrals but also cityscapes, oil
derricks and other subjects.
we Have several
Brownlow Paintings available,
please text 817 266 6403 for an appointment, thank you

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