We're delighted to offer this rare set of intricate pochoir stencil portraits of the Brontës.
These have been collaboratively made by Mick Manning and his partner, the artist Brita Granström.
Originally these artworks were prepared for The Brontë Parsonage Museum as part of the celebrations for Emily’s 200th birthday in October 2018.
These are very small stencil editions and have been collaboratively drawn, cut and hand-stippled in their studio and signed by both artists.
Brita Granström is a painter and illustrator. She has appeared on television and radio and her work is in private and public collections around the world including The Ruth Borchard Collection in the UK. Her Nordic roots are self-evident in work made on location; both indoors and outdoors, in all weathers. Brita Granström studied at Konstfack in Stockholm and graduated in 1994.
Mick Manning grew up in Haworth, Yorkshire and graduated from the Royal College of Art where his teachers included Sheila Robinson, Quentin Blake and John Norris Wood. In 1990 he devised and ran the Illustration course at The Glasgow School of Art where his alumni included Mark Hearld. Since 1998 Mick has been concentrating on his books, paintings and unique prints.