Paintings in a retrospective of the work of veteran Hong Kong artist Brian Tilbrook on display at the University Museum and Art Gallery, the University of Hong Kong. Photo: University Museum and Art Gallery
Paintings in a retrospective of the work of veteran Hong Kong artist Brian Tilbrook on display at the University Museum and Art Gallery, the University of Hong Kong. Photo: University Museum and Art Gallery
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From Hiroshima to Hong Kong, artist Brian Tilbrook’s retrospective covers a lot of ground, and a switch from realism to abstract painting

  • Hong Kong has been home since 1965, but Brian Tilbrook was in Hiroshima soon after its nuclear bombing, an event that inspired a recent abstract painting
  • A retrospective exhibition intended to mark his 90th birthday includes realistic landscapes from his Hong Kong heritage series and some of his later work

Paintings in a retrospective of the work of veteran Hong Kong artist Brian Tilbrook on display at the University Museum and Art Gallery, the University of Hong Kong. Photo: University Museum and Art Gallery
Paintings in a retrospective of the work of veteran Hong Kong artist Brian Tilbrook on display at the University Museum and Art Gallery, the University of Hong Kong. Photo: University Museum and Art Gallery
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