Vincent Browne (sculptor)

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Vincent Browne (born 1947) is an Irish sculptor.

Browne was born in Dublin he studied at the National College of Art and Design, he created a well-loved Dublin landmark, Mr. Screen, the squat bronze usher who stands outside the Screen Cinema at the junction of Hawkins Street and Townsend Street in Dublin.[1] His public commissions also include Anti-War Memorial (Limerick, 1987) and the bronze Palm Tree seat in Temple Bar, Dublin.[2]

External links

  • Aosdána biographical note

Mr. Screen

References

  1. ^ Mr. Screen in Google Street View. Retrieved: 2012-01-10.
  2. ^ Vincent Browne Aosdána. Retrieved: 2011-04-18.
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