During his lifetime Anthony Brandt gained a considerable reputation as an accomplished artist, earning the nickname ‘England’s Michelangelo’ because of his classical style. He was often featured in high end magazines like the Tatler, the Telegraph as well as several appearances on TV. Below are some examples of the press he received during his lifetime.
In recent years Anthony Brandt’s artwork has gained considerable attention in newspapers and online. The Welsh in particular have taken Anthony Brandt’s art to their heart as he lived the latter part of his life in the beautiful Brecon Beacons, in Wales. He was also recognised by the discerning avant-garde artistic community in Brighton where he lived for several years.
Anthony Brandt’s art is rapidly gaining an audience thanks to the internet and he is on the verge of being recognised as one of Britain’s finest artists.