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Bryan Organ (1935-), Painter

Sitter in 6 portraits
Artist of 15 portraits
Bryan Organ was born in Leicester in 1935 and studied at Loughborough College of Art and the Royal Academy Schools (1952-9). His first solo exhibition was at Leicester City Art Gallery in 1958. Since 1967 he has shown at the Redfern Gallery, London.

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5289

Sir Roy Strong

by Bryan Organ
oil on canvas, 1971
NPG 5289

6309

Lester Piggott

by Bryan Organ
pencil and crayon, 1974
NPG 6309

5420

Prince Charles

by Bryan Organ
pencil, 1980
NPG 5420

5408

Diana, Princess of Wales

by Bryan Organ
acrylic on canvas, 1981
On display in Room 32 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5408

5698

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Bryan Organ
acrylic on canvas, 1983
On display in Room 32 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5698

D4708

Jimmy Lindley

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4708

D4709

Geoff Lewis

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4709

D4710

Willie Carson

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4710

D4711

Tony Murray

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4711

D4712

Lester Piggott

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4712

D4713

Joe Mercer

by Bryan Organ
lithograph, 1974
NPG D4713

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