Christopher Le Brun is one of the important European painters to emerge in the early 1980s, a central figure in the rich and emotional ‘rebirth' of painting that quickly became known as ‘neo-expressionism'. His career was launched in London and was quickly furthered in New York and Berlin. Le Brun's fragmented imagery of horses, discs, wings, towers, cypresses, and arabesques became known throughout Europe, Australia, and America. Le Brun's work has figured in some of the most important exhibitions of the last three decades and has entered some of the most important museum collections worldwide. Read more.