Irish Art & Artists

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  1. Charles Brady (Gandon Works 9)
    Charles Brady
    Brady left the glare, brashness and frenetic atmosphere of New York and the influence of New York Abstract Expressionists for the tranquillity and reflection afforded by the West of Ireland.
  2. Whipping the Herring: Survival and Celebration in Nineteenth-Century Irish Art (Hardback)
    Murray, Peter
    Whipping the Herring provides a visual record of everyday life in the towns, villages and countryside of Ireland two centuries ago.
  3. Art History after Francoise Henry: 50 Years at UCD 1965-2015 (Hardback)
    Editors Carla Briggs, Nicola Figgis, Lynda Mulvin, Paula Murphy
    Special Price €27.99 Regular Price €29.99
    An anthology of illustrated essays published to mark 50 years of the History of Art Department at University College Dublin
  4. Armagh : City of Light and Learning (Padded Hardback)
    Joe Hynes, Maureen Campbell
    Special Price €14.99 Regular Price €19.99
    Well known local artist Joe Hynes and respected writer Maureen Campbell have combined their skills to capture the beauty and rich history of the area in the timeless Armagh, City of Light and Learning.
  5. About Beckett : The Playwright and the Work
    John Fletcher
    In About Beckett Emeritus Professor John Fletcher has compiled a thorough and accessible volume that explains why Beckett's work is so significant and enduring.
  6. Eileen Gray: Her Work and Her World
    Jennifer Goff
    The renowned and highly influential architect, furniture-maker, interior designer and photographer Eileen Gray was born in Ireland and remained throughout her life an Irishwoman at heart.
  7. John Noel Smith 2021 : Didymus / Multipolar / Passage
    John Noel Smith , Introduction by Enrique Juncosa , Text by Margarita Cappock
    The paintings of John Noel Smith can be seen as autonomous realities, but surely they also inhabit the world beyond, their style being means rather than end.
  8. Straw, Hay & Rushes in Irish Folk Tradition
    Anne O’Dowd
    Fully illustrated history of everyday rural Irish life, based on the National Museum of Ireland’s collection of straw, hay and rushes. 
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