Peter Brook (1927-2009)

Peter Brook, the Pennine landscape painter, was born in the winter of 1927. He taught art at Sowerby Grammar school before becoming a full time artist in his 40's. Peter has painted many areas of the British Isles including Scotland, Cornwall and the Potteries but his first love is the Yorkshire Pennines; often in winter. His paintings depict a vanishing world; a world of farmhouses on the moors, of mills, of people who inhabit the area etc and include an element of humour, which is so much part of Peter's character. There are a number of books on Peter's work including 'Peter Brook--The Pennine Landscape Painter'. Peter Brook married Molly in 1950 and they have two children. They live in West Yorkshire near his beloved Pennines and favourite woods.

All Peter Brook Prints come numbered in his trade mark red ink, with his emblem embossed into the lower margin.  Prices for framed works please contact for details. We also have larger embellished prints available upon request.

All Peter Brook prints come double mounted, unframed. Free Postage




Out taking photographs by the last abandoned farm by the moor

"Look no Hands"

Bronte Landscape

"Early Lamb and larger flakes falling"

"It's good to have friends in high places"

Looking for golf balls

"On the road drawing"

"Making a carful drawing"

"4pm Freezing with a beautiful sunset"

"A very exciting discovery in an outside toilet"