Patrick McGovern,  Westmeath

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Another Wet Day
Another Wet Day, Acrylic on paper, 16 x 12 inch
Docked
Docked, Acrylic on paper, 16 x 12 inch
Evening Tea
Evening Tea, Mixed Media on paper, 16 x 12 inch
Storms Coming
Storms Coming, Acrylic on paper, 16 x 12 inch
Passing By
Passing By, mixed media, 16 x 12 ins
Playing
Playing, mixed media, 16 x 12 ins
Let's Go
Let's Go, mixed media, 16 x 12 ins
Michael
Michael, mixed media on paper, 16 x 12 ins
Feeding Time
Feeding Time, mixed media on paper, 16 x 12 ins
The Countess Markievicz
The Countess Markievicz, mixed media on paper, 12 x 16 ins
Feeding Time In Winter
Feeding Time In Winter, mixed media on paper, 16 x 12 ins
Another Day
Another Day, Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Archival Paper, 12 x 16 inches
No Entry In Green
No Entry In Green, Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Archival Paper, 12 x 16 inches
Closed off
Closed off, Mixed Media, 16 x 12 inches
Look Forward not Back
Look Forward not Back, Mixed Media, 16 x 12 inches
Fall of Dublin
Fall of Dublin, Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Paper, 420 x 297 mm
Tom Barry
Tom Barry, Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Paper, 420 x 297 mm
Michael
Michael, Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Archival Paper, 10 x 14 ins
The Bombings
The Bombings, Watercolour and acrylic on Hot Pressed Paper, 10 x 14 ins
When Time Stopped
When Time Stopped, Watercolour and acrylic on Hot Pressed Paper, 10 x 14 ins

Patrick McGovern Art (Download The Catalogue)

"Patrick McGovern (1969, Co. Westmeath, Ireland) is an exciting new Historical Irish artist who works with the medium of paint and predominantly in watercolour and acrylic in a mixed media format. He is proudly self taught having developed a unique style blending realism and realistic impressionism, characterised by aesthetic experiments focusing on the formal qualities of art (line, colour, shape, etc.) with visible sketch lines and brushstrokes showing allowing each piece a painterly feel remaining simple in it's completion.

This series of paintings is entitled "Ireland in History 1916-1922" and is inspired by the people and places of Ireland during this period through the cityscapes and portraits contained within.

Patrick McGovern currently lives and works in Moate, Co. Westmeath".

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