Paul Browne Art

The online portfolio of a Northern Artist

Postcard from the North

Postcard from the north Mixed media on board | 20 X 10 | £270 I have lots going on this year. Keep an eye on the ‘dates’ section of this website. More news in the next week or so.

A National Acrobat

  Title; I am the world that hides, the universal secret of all time. £300 framed. 30″ x 20″ From the upcoming collection; love letters from the delph donkey I will be appearing at HOLMFIRTH ART MARKET this Sun 23Rd November. Visit

More commissions : Campervan

  Somewhere a songbird sings oil on canvas This is for the camper van folk out there.

recent commission

    This is a commission from a chap who wanted to remember his late Grandfather. It’s Shaw, Black Ladd position. Looking across Greater Manchester. A good challenge, I enjoyed it. Title; When I look Around, I see you everywhere.  

There’s danger on the edge of town.

  One of the pieces from a soon to be unveiled collection. How can I not document the wildlife around me. Some of the most elusive of animals are the greatest of silohette’s.

Funeral for a horse

              Part of a new body of work — horses. Funeral for a horse, Crompton Moor.    

new oil, title

Title; ‘the last moments of dovestone’s light, sails took their breathe & the mist would become dark night’. 2012. Another composition, taken from notes & photographs. Again, Dovestones, Greenfield. Really happy with how this turned out, only took me 45 minutes.

Blues & Yellows Danced across the wet floor

Latest oil of the new collection. I’m enjoying it. It is a anonymous street I forget the name of, just off market street & cross sreet Manchester. title; ‘blues & yellows danced across the wet floor, while we looked for cover in Manchester’.

Piccadilliy Tower was Shining like a National Guitar

The beginning of a new-ish collection; Winter & the darkness. ‘Title ‘Piccadilliy Tower was shining like a national guitar.’ Looks fantastic framed up. If you were stood outside the Frog & Bucket, Manchester Nr Qtr & you were to look down Oldham St, this is the view.

sunshower over st ives 2011

after spending a few days exploring St Ives with 2 friends, i brought back a plethora of images to work with. weirldy enough, this type of landscape is proving very hard to paint. may put this on at holmfirth art  market in november, not sure yet. title ; sunshower over st ives, 2011

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