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Brian Shields (1951–1997) was a Liverpool-born English painter. He is best known for painting industrial scenes of northern Britain. He acquired the nickname "Braaq" in his school days — on account of his artistic talent he was nicknamed "Braque" after the French artist Georges Braque.
He died of a brain haemorrhage.
- Braaq (Brian Shields), The Unicorn Gallery Ltd website.