Paul Brown first began to paint in oils as a teenager and won several prizes for painting was still at school. His art teacher at the time felt that Brown was the most naturally gifted pupil he had taught at the local comprehensive school in over 20 years of teaching.
After a very brief spell working in Central London, Brown held his first one man show in the unlikely venue of a church vestibule in The City of London in 1992. This exhibition was well received, and led to further exhibitions and interest from several art dealers. Brown exhibited at The Edith Grove Gallery in Chelsea and Century Galleries at Henley-on-Thames, in the mid 1990's. However, by 1997 Brown decided to organise his own London exhibitions and act as his own dealer.
Brown held solo exhibitions in Bloomsbury for several years before progressing to the heart of the London Art world which is Cork Street in Mayfair. Brown has successfully exhibited in Mayfair for the last 12 years and has built an international following. His work has been eagerly collected by former Prime Ministers, playwrights, entrepreneurs, hedge fund managers, musicians, merchant bankers and The Aristocracy.
The exhibition '20 years at St Mary-le-Bow Church' reflects Paul Brown's long association with St Mary-le-Bow and his regular exhibitions hosted here.
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