“Fishermen”. Watercolour 16x38cm by Thomas Scott RSA, RSW
“Early Evening” (watercolour 20x53cm by Brian Walker
“Timber Cutting”. (Oil on canvas board 29x34cm) by Cormac Larkin
“Tudor Scene” (1857) – Watercolour 35x48cm by Henry James Holding (1833-1872)
Henry James G Holding c.1833 – 1872 (Paris) was a British painter of Tudor scenes and landscapes in oil and watercolour who lived and workd in Manchester. In the Manchester City Art Gallery there is a Shakespearian scene by his brother Frederick Holding (1817-1874) who also illustrated Southey’s “Battle of Blenheim, 1864”
“Captain Redbeard” (1993) – Oil on canvas board 14x20cm by Lance Neal
“I must be the most famous unknown artist and the oldest “blue baby” in the world. Born in Cashmere, Washington, U.S.A., in 1944, I wasn’t expected to live longer than four to five years. Around two years of age I began to draw”. – Lance Neal. As a result of his heart condition Lance’s childhood was limited to observing nature and those around him, and painting. He sold his first painting when he was 14 years old and since then he has made a living from his art. Although he has painted some 1,300 oil paintings and about 4,000 elaborate drawings, he is still “unknown”, as most of his paintings were sold direct and are private collections all over the world, especially in the U.S.A., Japan and Ireland. Lance had his own personality of his subjects, in landscapes and seascapes he reproduces the atmosphere, tranquillity, serenity or the turmoil of the scene. Known for his exceptional talent and also his unique personality, Lance was universally loved by those who met him. His ability to talk to anyone, from all walks of life endeared him to everyone he knew. Possessing a vast wealth of knowledge on madly diverse subjects, Lance also had a wicked sense of humor and a kind heart. A gentleman, a lover of Guinness, a ‘rolly’ and having the ‘craic’, Lance was truly one of a kind.
“Beach Day” – Acrylic on canvas 28x38cm by Ursula Moloney
“All Together” – Acrylic on board 20.5×25.5cm by Ben Franz
“Rhythm ‘n’ Blues” – Acrylic on board 25.5×20.5cm by Ben Franz
“Windy Day” – Watercolour (27x23cm) by Blaithin O’Ciobhain
Blaithin O Ciobhain A.N.C.A was born in Dublin in 1935 and attended NCAD where she studied under Sean Keating and graduated with honours from The School of Painting in 1958. In 1960 Blaithin joined RTE where she wrote and presented ‘Lets Draw with Blaithin’, the world’s first televised fine arts masterclass. The show ran for 14 years and won Blaithin both the Jacobs Broadcasting award and the Prix Jeunesse Munich. In 1982 she was elected a member of the Watercolour Society of Ireland. Blaithin has exhibited frequently throughout her career in exhibtions such as Living Art, R.H.A. Oireachtas, and Celtic Festival L’Orient Brittany. Her published works include ‘Eachtra San Iarthar’ (1958) a novel for children in Gaelic.
The River Shannon – Pastel by Charles Williams
Joyce Tower, Sandycove – Watercolour by J Hartnett
Self Portrait – oil on canvas – by Axel Rothoux
Untitled – Mixed Media. Artist Unknown
Sandycove. Watercolour by Joe Dunne
Leon Gerard Crepy (1872-1944) – Portrait of a Girl. Pastel 38x26cm.
Léon Gérard Crépy is of nationality French, born in Lille in 1872. he moved to Paris. In the artist metropolis, he studied under the history and portrait painter Léon Bonnard. Crépy later became known primarily for his portraits and was able to present his works at exhibitions in France, Belgium and Germany. He mainly worked in Belgium and was author of several family pastels made in noble families or the bourgeoisie.
“Landscape with sheep and lake” (Watercolour)
Hannaford was a United Kingdom artist known for his finely painted watercolors
Market Day, Ganges, France. (oil) by Arthur K Madderson)
Arthur K. Maderson was born in London in 1942, and studied at the Camberwell School of Art, London, from 1959-1963. In 1963 he won the Anna Berry Award in open competition with all final year art graduates.
Maderson is primarily concerned with the depiction of light – a similar preoccupation of the nineteenth century French Impressionists. He has adopted some of the same techniques as the Impressionists, using broken brush strokes of thickly applied paint and vibrant juxtapositions of colour. He has tended to concentrate on one particular thematic series at a time, the most notable being the Lismore River series and Tallow Horse Fair series. He exhibits regularly at the RA and the RHA and has been an award winner at the latter. Maderson is included in a list of 17 of the world’s most successful and popular figurative painters in the book Modern Oil Impressionists by Ron Hanson. Maderson divides his time between West Waterford and the South of France. His work is well represent in major public and private collections.