Francis O'Toole,  Dublin

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One for Sorrow
One for Sorrow, Oil on Linen, 120 x 70 cm
Allegory of The Cave
Allegory of The Cave, Oil on Linen, 215 x 135 cm
Glance
Glance, pencil on paper, 22 x 16 cms
But how could you live and have no story to tell
But how could you live and have no story to tell, oil on linen canvas, 110 x 70 cm
To love is to suffer
To love is to suffer, oil on linen canvas, 110x 70 cm
Fade with time
Fade with time, Carbon pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm
Morsus
Morsus, oil on linen canvas, 100 x 70 cm
Dormit (she sleeps)
Dormit (she sleeps), oil on linen canvas, 140 x 75 cm
Girl Sketch
Girl Sketch, carbon pencil on paper, 35 x 40 cm
She
She, pencil on italian paper, 30 x 45 cm
Dawning
Dawning, oil on linen canvas, 120 x 62 cm
Bargue Drawing
Bargue Drawing, pencil on canson paper, 30 x 20 cm
Girl
Girl, red sepia, 30cm by 50 cm
Thought
Thought, red sepia, 30cm by 50cm
Autumn
Autumn, oils on linen canvas, 70 x 30 ins
Awakening
Awakening, oils on linen canvas, 70 x 50 cm
Ambrosio( the monk)
Ambrosio( the monk), Oils on linen canvas, 100 x 70cm
She Sees Green
She Sees Green, oils on linen canvas, 70 x 50cm
Adornation
Adornation, oils on linen, 100 x 70 cm
Smuggler
Smuggler, oils on linen, 100 x 70 cm
Her White Ribbon Bow
Her White Ribbon Bow, oils on linen, 70 x 50 cm
Belfast Johnny
Belfast Johnny, oils on linen, 70 x 50cm
Teresa
Teresa, carbon pencil on paper, 11 x 11 cm

Francis O'Toole Art (Download The Catalogue)

Francis O'Toole is a Dublin based artist, who has studied in Florence, Italy.

At 17 Francis was involved in an industrial accident which very nearly claimed his life. After spending over a year in hospital and rehabilitation, Francis spent a number of years confused about what path to take in life, this lead to him to straying into the wrong group of people and encountering a dark world of up and coming criminals. One day out of concern for her son Francis' mother suggested he paint, at first Francis believed this to be silly, but slowly began to enjoy this activity. Initially working from his mind, this work began to receive attention and he entered a gallery, after this there was some demand for work. As Francis had never studied art in school etc., he worked at a slow pace and was not satisfied with the results. At this time he decided to study classical art techniques in Florence, Italy. After fours years intermittent study in Florence, Francis returned to Dublin and is now working in his studio on a number of figurative, multi-figurative and portrait works, some of which will be displayed in a solo show in the near future.

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