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  1. Harry Kernoff: The Little Genius (Paperback)
    Kevin O'Connor
    Special Price €16.99 Regular Price €19.99
    This revised and lavishly illustrated paperback edition updates the first full-length biography and is a fitting tribute to one of Ireland's leading artists.
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  2. Croon: A Cross-disciplinary Project by Daphne Wright and Johnny Hanrahan
    Croon: A Cross-disciplinary Project by Daphne Wright and Johnny Hanrahan
    €8.00
    This book documents 'Croon', a cross-disciplinary project produced jointly by Meridian Theatre Company and the National Sculpture Factory in February 2004.
  3. Seamus Murphy (1907-1975) Sculptor
    Seamus Murphy
    €39.00
    "From the mid-1940's until his death in 1975, Séamus Murphy held a unique position in the Irish art world. While his portraits are an iconic, and occasionally ironic, record of the people who shaped modern Ireland, he excelled as a letterer, stonecarver and designer of monuments. Murphy has never been fully appreciated or evaluated until
  4. Frances Hegarty: Selected Works 1970-2004
    Sharon Kivland, Monica Ross
    €15.00
    This monograph on one of Ireland’s leading contemporary artists, who works mainly in the fields of video and installation, was published to coincide with a major exhibition at the Model & Niland Gallery in Sligo.
  5. Henry Flanagan OP: (1918-1992) Preacher in Stone
    Catríona Fallon and Henry Flanagan
    €29.00
    As well as labouring in his own personal realm as a sculptor, Henry Flanagan taught at Newbridge College in Co Kildare.
  6. Tom Fitzgerald : The Ministry of Dust Drawings
    Edited by John O'Regan
    €10.00
    A book of surreal drawings by artist Tom Fitzgerald, best known as a hard edge sculptor.
  7. Moving Dublin: Cleary + Connolly
    Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly
    €20.00
    Essays by artist Eileen Casey, Colm Keegan, Sarah Searson.
  8. Francis Bacon : Revelations
    Mark Stevens, Annalyn Swan
    €35.50
    Bacon concealed many important aspects of his life. He described himself as an asthmatic child in Ireland with foxhunting parents and a tyrannical father, but he was also rescued by a series of formidable women - women who in this biography emerge in their own right.
  9. Helen Mabel Trevor An Irish Artist Abroad
    Carmel Coyle
    €20.00
    Born in Loughbrickland, Co.Down, in 1831, Helen Mabel Trevor was encouraged in her love of drawing and painting from an early age.
  10. Painting Dublin, 1886-1949 : Visualising a Changing City
    Kathryn Milligan
    €89.99
    Delving into a hitherto unexplored aspect of Irish art history, Painting Dublin, 1886-1949 examines the depiction of Dublin by artists from the late-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century.
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