Born about 1792, the second son of Henry Brocas, senior. (q.v.). He was a successful student at the Dublin Society’s School, obtaining a medal for flower-painting in 1801, one for etching in 1802, and another in 1807, for figure drawing. He practised in Dublin as a landscape painter, both in oil and watercolour, and his works painted broadly and with good colour possess considerable merit. He contributed to the exhibitions in Dublin in 1804, 1809 and 1812, and exhibited landscapes at the Royal Hibernian Academy between 1828 and 1847. He was a member of the Society of Irish Artists which held its first exhibition in 1845.
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