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Irish painters

Explore the incredible works of famous Irish painters and their unique artistic styles. Immerse yourself in the rich history of Irish art and be inspired by their masterpieces.
WEST OF IRELAND LANDSCAPE, 1925-1935 by Paul Henry RHA (1876-1958) RHA (1876-1958) at Whyte's Auctions Irish Landscape, Western Landscape, Ireland Landscape, Landscape Artist, Famous Landscape Paintings, Abstract Paintings, Watercolor Paintings, Abstract Art, Irish Painters

38 by 46cm., 15 by 18.2 5in. oil on canvas Adam's, 10 March 1988, lot 62; Private collection; The Oriel Gallery, Dublin, November 1998; Where purchased by the present owner

Emma Carberry
Art Contrarian: Multi Ritratti: Hazel Martyn Lavery - Pinterest Giovanni Boldini, Irish Costumes, Irish Painters, Glasgow School Of Art, Irish Art, Old Irish, Woman Painting, Painting Art, Portrait Art

Sir John Lavery (1856-1941) was orphaned, yet through determination and ability rose to become one of Britain's foremost portrait artists. Despite his busy career, Lavery found time to paint numerous portraits of his favorite subject, Hazel (1886-1935), his second wife. Biographical information on the Laverys can be found via the links above. I'm likely to devote an entire post to Lavery some day, so won't say much more here other than that even though he is best known as a portrait painter…

Lale Akrep
Matthieu Bourel, Books Art, Irish Painters, Tableaux Vivants, Art Gallery, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Irish Art, Victorian Art

Why do mirrors appear so often in Victorian paintings? “Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites” suggests an answer. Often, the artists ask us to see the image they are “reflecting on”—whether it be from a poem or from domestic life, like the father with his arms outstretched in Ford Madox Brown’s Take your Son, Sir! (1851–1857), left brutally unfinished when his small son died. And, of course, as we stand before the pictures, a real rather than painted mirror would reflect ourselves…