Brian Harland Rees (1930-2005) was a well known painter, printmaker and graphic artist, born in Neath, Glamorgan.  He studied at Swansea School of Art 1947-49 and 1951-54, with an intervening year at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in London.  He produced a number of book illustrations, including a jacket for Dylan Thomas's 'Under Milk Wood' in 1958 for the publishers J M Dent. Graphic work was also commissioned for British Railways and Shell.  Brian Rees exhibited with the New English Art Club, South London Group, Royal National Eisteddfod, and other leading venues.  He was closely associated with his home town of Neath, and his work is now sought after, especially by collectors with associations with Wales. He died at Neath Port Talbot Hospital in November 2005 aged 74 years.

Brian Harland Rees - Village and Beach in Summer

Artist: Brian Harland ReesTitle: 'Village and Beach in Summer'Description: A framed original painting in acrylic on card, signed by the artist  upper left 'BRIAN REES'. The location of this view has not been identified but may well be a Welsh seaside subject. The paintin..