|Brian Sanders, Illustration Artist, St. Crispin's Day, Battle of Agincourt|
Brian Sanders has been a professional artist for five decades during
which time he has worked in every area of the illustrative arts ranging
through newspapers, magazines, book publishing, government agencies,
film, television and art education. His work has encompassed all
formats, from large-scale military paintings to postage stamps, of which
he has designed over fifty sets world-wide, from Great Britain, The
Isle of Man and the Channel Isles, to the Marshal Isles of the Pacific.
As well as “A History of WW2 in Postage Stamps” he has also designed a
series of forty coins for the Marshal Islands titled: “Historic Fighting
Ships”, in tandem with a set of thirty-two stamps.
exhibited widely, including one-man shows at The Imperial War Museum,
York Castle Museum, The Association of Illustrators Gallery, National
Trust of Cornwall Trelissic Gallery and The Sir Rowland Hill Gallery.
There are permanent exhibitions of his work at the James Herriot Museum,
Yorkshire and The Unicover Postal Museum in Wyoming USA. His British
stamp art can be seen at The British Postal Museum and Archive.
in partnership with the artist and writer, Lizzie Sanders, his wife,
they have jointly produced many 3D publications including “An Edwardian
Doll House” and a detailed scale paper model kit of Stonehenge. Recently
Brian executed the artwork for a large-scale pop-up model for a book
about ‘Titanic’, together with other illustrations of the ship.
Watercolour painting, signed and dated by Brian Sanders. Artist Partners Limited.
Born London 1937. Magazine Illustration "St. Crispins Day" 1980. Overall size 23.5" x 26.5" and size of image 20" x 17". British Illustration Artist. Large Watercolour, Battle
of Agincourt. Painting is signed and labeled and dedicated. Artist
still active. Framed. Overall size 23.5" x 26.5" image 20" x 17"
A sound investment.
Link to further information Brian Sanders - Cry God for Harry & St. George, Original authentic large watercolour