BB collections



This is a list of galleries and museums which, to my knowledge, have permanent displays of Brangwyn's work together with churches, schools, public buildings etc. You may need to contact some of the latter group first, but contact details have been supplied where possible. More details on the mural commissions can be found in Murals.
If your Gallery or Museum has a permanent display of Brangwyn's work please let me know! Displays are listed in alphabetical order, according to country.

Carrick Hill, Springfield, South Australia (1)
Mildura Arts Centre, Victoria, Australia. A large cartoon for St Aidan's church, Leeds; a mural designed for the Ghent exhibition in 1913 entitled 'Steelworkers'; plus various other works.

Bruges, Arents House. First floor of the museum will given over to a large and varied collection of Brangwyn's work as from Saturday 5 March 2011.
Zevenkerken, just outside Bruges, St Andrei's Monastery - stained glass window designed by Brangwyn in the Chapel of the Holy Cross, accessible to public. There are also five double lancets in the Chapter Hall and a set of 1934 Stations of the Cross printed on wood, but you'll require permission to view those.

Ottawa, Ante-Chamber of Conference Centre - Canadian Grand Trunk Railway murals. To view the panels contact the Concierge.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Legislative Building - lunette depicting Canada's War record. Tours can be arranged.

Bangor Museum and Art Gallery
Bedford: Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Museum. One of Brangwyn's marquetry panels on display.
Brighton & Hove, The Royal Pavilion, Libraries and Museums
Bristol Town Hall, large decorative panel of The Chairing of Edmund Burke, 1774, one of a series commissioned by city elders. Contact Bristol City Council for viewing.
Bucklebury, Berkshire, St Mary the Virgin – 4 stained glass windows
Burgess Hill, St Wilfred's Church, 1934Stations of the Cross
Ditchling Museum
Ditchling, St Margaret's Church, gravestone to Enrico canziani designed by Brangwyn
Elveden, Suffolk, SS Andrew and Patrick - stained glass window in memory of Lord Iveagh
Farnborough: Benedictine Abbey of St Michael - Stations of the Cross - neat site, too!
Henley-on-Thames, Greys Court, National Trust Property (4 watercolours, charcoal and 6 lithographs)
Horsham: Christ’s Hospital Chapel. For permission to view contact Tony Hogarth-Smith.
Horsham, St Hugh's Charterhouse
Kingsland, St Mary the Virgin, cartoon for Bucklebury window
Leeds, Lotherton Hall
Leeds, St Aidan's Church, Roundhay Road (A58) about 2 miles from City Centre. Open by appointment - spectacular mosaic mural. Contact Barrie Pepper, Church Communications Officer
London, Carpenter’s Company, a large oil (on request).
London, Kensal Green, St Mary's Catholic Cemetry, gravestone to Lucy and Frank Brangwyn designed by Brangwyn
London, Lloyd's Register of Shipping
London, Palace of Westminster
London, Royal Exchange, corner of Cornhill and Threadneedle Street, City of London. Now a shopping mall but go to mezzanine floor and Brangwyn's mural is to the left of the main entrance, with Leighton's on the right and the good and great of the era distributed round the hall.
London, William Morris Gallery, Water House, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4PP
London, Worshipful Company of Skinners, Dowgate Hill, murals in Banqueting Hall
Manaton, St Winifred’s – stained glass window
Middlesborough, Holy Name of Mary Church, Linthorpe- Stations of the Cross and a Last Supper
Northampton, United Reformed Church, Abington Avenue – stained glass window
Oxford, Campion Hall - 1934 Stations of the Cross printed on wood
Stainforth, Our Lady of the Assumption, 1934 Stations of the Cross
Royston & District Museum, Lower King Street, Royston SG8 5AL. Good selection of loan collection of ceramics upstairs including a set designed by Brangwyn for Clarice Cliff's Bizarre range in 1934. Open Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 10am-4.45pm.  Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays Easter-September only 2-4.45pm.  Tel: 01763 242587
Warrington Art Gallery (3)

Dublin, St Patrick's Cathedral, stained glasss window in north transept by Brangwyn

Dunedin, Olveston House (1)

Edinburgh, St Peter's, Morningside, large oil by Brangwyn

Cuyahoga County Courthouse, Cleveland, Ohio - murals. The building still operates as a working courthouse.
Jefferson City, State Capitol, Missouri - murals.
Tours are available.
New York, GE (previously RCA Building), 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, USA. Four murals wrapped round the lift shafts. Tours are available.
San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums and Herbst Theatre in Veterans’ Building (Pan-Pacific Panels). Tours are available.

Cardiff, National Museums of Galleries of Wales, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NP.  Two of the preparatory panels for the Royal Gallery, Westminster, are placed in the main entrance hall.  They date from the time when the scheme represented WW1.
Merthyr Tydfil, Cyfartha Castle Art Gallery
Swansea, Brangwyn Hall, The Guildhall. Brangwyn's famous British Empire murals originally intended for the Royal Gallery, Westminster.  Cartoons for the panels are also hung in the corridors of the Guildhall.  The Guildhall is a public building; to view the murals check beforehand whether the hall is in use.