Irish Artists, Wall 28 of 35

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Art 'Barracks Inspection'
'Barracks Inspection', pastel on conte paper, 30 x 20 ins | Catherine Twomey
Art 'Bakers Boy'
'Bakers Boy', oil on canvas, 40 x 40 cm | Catherine Twomey

Catherine Twomey

Cathy Twomey graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design Cork and has gone on to become an established artist whose work focuses mainly on p...
Art 'the quays'
'the quays', digital print on cotton poplin, 110 x 35cm | Carolyn Walsh
Art 'grand canal 1'
'grand canal 1', digital print on cotton poplin, 110 x 35cm | Carolyn Walsh

Carolyn Walsh

Carolyn Walsh originally from Cahirciveen, Co.Kerry, currently living and studying for an MA in Graphic Design in Dublin. She has exhibited her painti...
Art 'ivy covered house inish more aran islands'
'ivy covered house inish more aran islands', oil on canvas, 36 inchx24 - 915mmx615mm | Barry Looney
Art 'terns fishing aran islands'
'terns fishing aran islands', oil on board, 10inchx10 - 255mmx255mm | Barry Looney

Barry Looney

I was born in Cork, with very little education left school at 13 to help support the family. Started work as an apprentice glazier and glass cutter, t...
Art '.West coast of Ireland'
'.West coast of Ireland', Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 36 Ins | Conor Murphy
Art 'Storm to the East of the Skelligs'
'Storm to the East of the Skelligs', Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 36 Ins | Conor Murphy

Conor Murphy

Conor was born in Cork Ireland, but he is presently living in the U.S. He loves the Land and Seascape of his country and some of life's little pleasur...
Art 'Fire on the Donegal Bog'
'Fire on the Donegal Bog', Oil on Canvas, 20 X 20 ins | Pamela Manson
Art 'Donegal Bog Cotton'
'Donegal Bog Cotton', Oil on Canvas, 30 x 30 ins | Pamela Manson

Pamela Manson

Pamela Manson studied Fine Art at the Belfast College of Art in the late 60s early 70s. She taught Art and Design for 32 years. Having taken early ret...
Art 'Frida'
'Frida', Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin), 40 x 40 cm | Lora Murphy
Art 'Childhood Dreaming'
'Childhood Dreaming', Encaustic on panel, 60 x 60 cm | Lora Murphy

Lora Murphy

I want people to be moved by my work! I want them to feel some of the passion that went into the making and I want them to feel a connection to the subject. Whe...
Art 'Heading Home'
'Heading Home', oil, 8 x 10 ins | Donald Curran
Art 'Little Angel'
'Little Angel', oil, 10 x 8 ins | Donald Curran

Donald Curran

Donald Curran is an Irish-American artist whose family is from Dundalk. He currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating from high school,...
Art 'Self portrait'
'Self portrait', Pastel, 60 x 50 cm | Neil Condron
Art 'Nude'
'Nude', Pastel, 80 x 50 cm | Neil Condron

Neil Condron

Neil Condron is a self-taught Dublin born artist living in the beautiful surrounds of Enniskerry County Wicklow. Having spent three decades immersed i...
Art 'Sad Bishops'
'Sad Bishops', Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 ins | Bernard Canavan
Art 'Silent Cleric'
'Silent Cleric', Oil on Canvas, 20 x 24 ins | Bernard Canavan

Bernard Canavan

Bernard Canavan grew up in County Longford in the 1950s, emigrated to England after he left school, where he did the usual emigrant jobs until he bega...
Art 'The Escape Hut'
'The Escape Hut', 2011, acrylic on canvas 50cm x 50cm | Alan Hogan
Art 'Sailing with Olivia'
'Sailing with Olivia', 2011, acrylic on canvas 80cm x 100cm | Alan Hogan

Alan Hogan

Alan Hogan was born in Dublin. After finishing school he graduated from the College of Marketing & Design, Dublin in 1990. Hogan has spent most of...
Art 'Elephant'
'Elephant', Sandstone, Height 12 ins | Pat Gillen
Art 'Organic Form'
'Organic Form', Marble, Height 15 ins | Pat Gillen

Pat Gillen

Ever since a child, I always loved to make drawings of our farm animals, the out-buildings, the pikes of hay in the haggard and so on. I also liked to...
Art 'Dromore Castle'
'Dromore Castle', Pencil, A3 | Pat Conroy
Art 'Dromore from the Lake'
'Dromore from the Lake', Pencil, A3 | Pat Conroy

Pat Conroy

As a self taught artist I've never been afraid to experiment, when it comes to fantasy I believe there should be no limit to the imagination. Why not...
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