Micheal O'Muirthile,  Cork

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Grand Evening in the Black Valley
Grand Evening in the Black Valley, Oil on Paper, 23 x 23 cm (unframed)
The Gap of Dunloe
The Gap of Dunloe, Oil on Paper, 23 x 23 cm (unframed)
Down by the Bridge
Down by the Bridge, Oil on Paper, 61 x 50 cm
Famine Village
Famine Village, Oil on Paper, 35 x 30 cm
The Bend of the Road
The Bend of the Road, Oil on Paper, 46 x 46 cm
I Remember Spuds in That Field
I Remember Spuds in That Field, Oil on Paper, 47 x 41.5 cm
Pastures Green At Carrigadrohid
Pastures Green At Carrigadrohid, Oil on Paper, 47.5 x 40 cm
Feels Like Going Home
Feels Like Going Home, Oil on Paper, 46 x 46 cm
Cattle on the Gearagh
Cattle on the Gearagh, Oil on Paper, 47 x 41 cm
Down The Lane By The Church
Down The Lane By The Church, Oil on Paper, 29.7 x 21 cm
The Sheep in Connie's Field
The Sheep in Connie's Field, Oil on Paper, 48 x 48 cm
Carrigadrohid Castle and Bridge, Co. Cork, Ireland
Carrigadrohid Castle and Bridge, Co. Cork, Ireland, Ink Wash on Paper, 18 x 13 cm (unframed)
Tom Crean
Tom Crean, Pencil and Tea-stain on Paper, 29.7 x 21 cm
Nel The Brown Mare
Nel The Brown Mare, Oil on Canvas, 46 x 36 cm
Thoor Ballylee
Thoor Ballylee, Oil on Paper, 20 x 28 cm
Donal's Field
Donal's Field, Oil on Paper, 20 x 25.5 cm
Daniel Maclise, RA
Daniel Maclise, RA, Pencil on Paper, 32 x 32 cm
The Orchard
The Orchard, Oil on Paper, 40.5 x 47 cm

Micheal O'Muirthile Art (Download The Catalogue)

Micheal O'Muirthile is a national prize-winning artist from Ireland whose forte includes equine art, landscape and portraiture paintings and drawings. His work is in private collections throughout Ireland, England, continental Europe, America, Canada, Australia and the Middle East.

He is greatly influenced by his local place and by the immense pool of inspirational detail that is available throughout the island of Ireland.

"The artist..........is also a born adventurer. His explorations, unlike those of the tourist, are rewarded by the discovery of beauty spots unmentioned in the guide books, and with tireless curiosity and an exceptional proneness to wonderment, he will come upon objects of remarkable interest overlooked or even shunned by more disciplined observers". These wise words by Augustus John, R.A., could not be bettered in providing a mental picture of where the artist Micheal O'Muirthile centres his creativity.

He currently lives in the beautiful Lee valley in County Cork; his people hailed from south of Dunmanway nearby to Ballinacarriga Castle, the seat of the O'Muirthile clan in West Cork. Contact Micheal at momuir@gmail.com if you are interested in purchasing limited edition prints or visit www.michealomuirthile.com to see more of his work.

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