Stephen Brook (London, 1957) is an English artist. After his start in an art studio in Fleetstreet, London, he had his first exhibition at The Whitechappel Art Gallery. Stephens work sometimes compares with the style of Edward Hopper.
The artworks that Stephen makes do not fit into a particular movement. The paintings are photographic and often show street life in the big city. His play with light incidence in these cities is nothing but of fascinating. The lively streets and train stations are the inspiration for his artworks. From the early morning until the sun has long been under, the city has its own dynamics.
Yet he occasionally seeks peace and seduction for a beautiful beach scene. The beach is a recurring item from time to time in his artworks. Studying people gives him a lot of fun and that is reflected in his beach paintings.
The artworks of Stephen Brook feature a stylish, sleek frame.
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