HAGGER, Brian Ernest

1935 - 2006

Born at Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk on 29 January 1935, only child of Arthur Ernest Hagger (1901-2001), manager of a hardware store, and his wife Edith Emily N. née Broome (1902-1976), who married at Bury St Edmund's in 1931. Brian studied at Ipswich School of Art 1952-1956 and, after National Service, the Royal College of Art 1958-1961, his teachers included Colin Moss, Pif Fortin, Ruskin Spear, Carel Weight and Carl Richards. Between leaving college and 1976, when living in Brighton, he produced over 350 paintings of London, mostly of Fulham and King's Road, Chelsea. Has had mixed exhibitions at Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham; Highgate and with the Norwich Twenty Group and had solo exhibitions at Bramante Gallery 1968-1971, Thackeray Gallery 1972-1975 and his last at Langton Gallery in 1976. He married at Sudbury, Suffolk in 1964, Anne E. Richardson and had a daughter. In 1979 he returned to East Anglia living at Norwich, Norfolk where he died on 18 March 2006.




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