Irish Art & Artists

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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
    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
    "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
    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
    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
    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
    Essays by artist Eileen Casey, Colm Keegan, Sarah Searson.
  8. Francis Bacon : Revelations
    Mark Stevens, Annalyn Swan
    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
    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
    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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