Brian Clarke

Spread the love! If you like what you are seeing, share it on social networks and let others know about The Paul McCartney Project.


Work by Brian Clarke:

  • Cover painting for the 1982 album “Tug Of War”
  • Set design for the 1989-1900 World Tour
  • Covert art for 2005 single “Fine Line”
From Wikipedia – Clarke’s painted stadia and arena set designs for Paul McCartney’s 1989-1990 World Tour
From Brian Clarke on Facebook – A special moment captured of Brian Clarke, Michael Jackson, and Paul McCartney, posing for Linda McCartney. Soho, London 1982. Photo by #RobertFraser (art dealer)
From Brian Clarke on Facebook – Today, 24/09, would have been Linda McCartney’s 80th birthday. Brian and Linda, photographed by Paul in East Sussex in the 1980s. “Whenever Linda called me on the phone, I left the conversation feeling happier, even when I was low or she was low, just being in contact with her made me happy. She meant the world to me. And I am terrified of horses – terrified. Have you ever seen how big a horse is? They are big buggers. They’ve got big mouths with hundreds of teeth in them. I’ve always been frightened of horses, and it was a level of trust I had in Linda that I got on that horse – and I loved it. She lead me around and I felt really like, King Kong. She was my beloved friend.” – Brian in conversation, 2019, from The Art of Light
From Brian Clarke on Facebook – Brian and Paul McCartney in 1983, at the reopening of the Robert Fraser Gallery, its inaugural exhibition ‘Brian Clarke: Paintings”.
From Brian Clarke on Facebook – Brian’s design for the CD cover of Paul McCartney’s 1989 single ‘Figure of Eight’, from the number 1 album ‘Flowers in the Dirt’ (the cover of which was a collaboration between Brian and Linda McCartney).

Last updated on April 29, 2023


Have you spotted an error on the page? Do you want to suggest new content? Or do you simply want to leave a comment ? Please use the form below!

Your comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.