Don Brown <--born in 1962 in Norfolk, England, studied at the Central School of Art, London (1983-5) followed by the Royal College of Art, London (1985-8). He has been the subject of solo exhibitions across Great Britain and Europe, including at Le Consortium, Dijon (2007). Don Brown’s work has been included in significant group shows, including SNAP: Art at the Aldeburgh Festival at Snape Maltings, Suffolk, UK (2011), Crucible at Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, UK (2010), In the darkest hour there may be a light at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2006) as well as The Naked Portrait, 1900-2007 at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh (2007). In 2012 his work will be exhibited alongside Degas’s Little Dancer Aged Fourteen (1880-81) in Presence: the Art of the Sculpted Portrait at the Holburne Museum, Bath, UK. His works are held in prominent collections, both public and private, including the Tate, London; the Museum of Realist Art Schering, Spanbroek, Netherlands; the Olbricht Collection, Berlin and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He currently lives and works in Suffolk, England.