Fine Paintings by Hugh Bandon-Cox

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Heron Painting by Brandon Cox For Sale

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Old Heron At Evening

Hugh Brandon-Cox Geese Flight near Wells

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Geese Flight near Wells

Hugh Brandon-Cox Brent Near Scolt Head

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Brent Near Scolt Head

Hugh Brandon-Cox painting of Shell Duck Near Blakeney

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Shell Duck Near Blakeney

Hugh Brandon-Cox Heron in the sun

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Heron in the Sun

geese over sun

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Geese over Sun

Heron on branch

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Heron on Branch

Canada Geese

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Canada Geese

Lapwings< painting for sale

Hugh Brandon-Cox
Lapwings

Hugh Brandon-Cox, who has died aged 86 in 2004, was an artist, explorer and writer inspired as much by the wildlife and wind-swept expanses of the north Norfolk coast as of northern Scandinavia.

Brandon-Cox wrote and illustrated a series of books about his travels in Norway and the Arctic circle and later wrote books which evoked the bleak grandeur of the coastal scenery and the timeless quality of the Norfolk countryside. In his later years he became equally well known for his watercolours of Norfolk country scenes and wildlife, which were eagerly sought by collectors.

Hugh Brandon-Cox was born on June 14 1917 at Elmstead Market, Essex. His father, Colonel John Brandon-Cox, a well-known naturalist and explorer, had been killed during a Zulu uprising in Southern Africa (where he was serving as District Commissioner) a few months before his only son was born. He remained an important influence on Hugh, who conceived a firm ambition to become an explorer.

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