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Brigid Marlin






 

Brigid Marlin

Brigid Marlin (born January 16, 1936) is a fantasy and portrait artist living in England. She paints in the Mische Technique, a medieval method revived by Austrian artist Ernst Fuchs, with whom she studied in Vienna.

Her fantasy work can be classified as Fantastic Realism, i.e. using figurative elements to represent visionary and psychic subjects, often with scriptural themes.

She has painted portraits, inter alia, of the Dalai Lama, J G Ballard and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Her portrait of J G Ballard hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in London.

She founded the Inscape group in 1961, which later became the Society for Art of Imagination.


 


Triumph over Suffering


 


Scheherazade


 


The Christening


 


The Ghost of Spring


 


Earth, Water, Air and Fire


 


Rendez-vous in Venice


 


Peace


 


Postcards of Venice


 


Venetian Princess


 


Venice Queen of the Night


 


The Princess and the Frog


 


Out of the Shell

 


Flight of the Churches


 


Wolves in St. Mark's Cathedral


 


Ezekiel


 


Meditation on Emptiness


 


Clockwork Leda


 


The Tarot


 


Carnival in Winter


 


Untitled


 


Mandala East to West


 


Wolves by the Altar


 


The Rod


 


Annunciation


 


The Drowned Cathedral


 


The Annunciation


 


The Visitation of Elizabeth by Mary


 


The Birth of Christ


 


The Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple


 


The Finding in the Temple


 


The Resurrection


 


The Assumption of Mary, Queen of Heaven


 


The Crowning of Mary, Queen of Heaven


 


Monday


 


Tuesday


 


Wednesday


 


Thursday


 


Friday


 


Saturday


 


Sunday


 


Jessica, Jupiter and Jaspar


 


Girl in Bluebell Wood


 


Portrait of Virginia H. Rogers


 


Wired for Sound


 


Portrait of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother

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