Alfred de Breanski Sr  (British, 1852-1928) 

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Alfred de Breanski Sr, The Perthshire Hills

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
The Perthshire Hills
Willow Gallery
Alfred de Breanski Sr, Loch Lomond & A Trout Stream near Stirling

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
Loch Lomond & A Trout Stream near Stirling
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, The Perthshire Hills

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
The Perthshire Hills
Williams & Son
Alfred de Breanski Sr, In North Wales

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
In North Wales
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, Sheep grazing at the Loch’s Edge

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
Sheep grazing at the Loch’s Edge
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, The Banks of the Dee

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
The Banks of the Dee
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, Highland Waters

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
Highland Waters
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, Loch Lomond

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
Loch Lomond
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, An Evening Glow, Stronachlachor

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
An Evening Glow, Stronachlachor
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Alfred de Breanski Sr, An Autumn Morning, Hurley Reach

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
An Autumn Morning, Hurley Reach
Rehs Galleries, Inc.
Alfred de Breanski Sr, The Valley of Ben

 

Alfred de Breanski Sr
The Valley of Ben
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
 

  Alfred de Breanski Snr is regarded as one of England’s most accomplished landscape artists. Born in London, the eldest son of Leopold Breanski, he travelled throughout Wales, the Lake District and the Scottish Highlands.
  He made his debut at the Royal Academy in 1872, where he exhibited until 1918. His work was also exhibited at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, and the Royal Cambrian Academy.
  Breanski also drew much inspiration from the dramatic Scottish countryside, such as the Highlands, which are famed for their desolate beauty and which provide some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain.
  For much of his life Breanski lived in Greenwich, Lewisham and Cookham. In 1880 he became a Freeman of the City of London. His many patrons included Sir James Lemon and the Bishop of Peterborough. The work of Breanski is represented in several museums including Southampton Art Gallery and the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne.