(1909 - 1981)
Muriel Brandt was active/lived in Ireland. Muriel Brandt is known for Portrait, landscape, and mural painting.
Biography Muriel Brandt
Known for her portraits, landscapes and murals, Muriel Brandt studied at the Belfast College of Art and won a scholarship
to the Royal College of Art in London where she studied for three years. Brandt's first major commission was seven paintings
for the Church of the Franciscan Friars on Merchant's Quay in Dublin, the sketch for which is now housed in the National
Gallery of Ireland.
Brandt's forty year long association with the Royal Hibernian Academy began in 1938, and in 1948 she was appointed an
associate. In 1961 she became a full member.
Brandt's skill of effortlessly capturing likeness was commented on by fellow
painter James Nolan RHA, "she was a compulsive draughtsman and sketched like li
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