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Author Kennedy, S. B.

Title Paul Henry / S.B. Kennedy ; with an essay by Síghle Bhreathnach-Lynch.

Published [Dublin] : National Gallery of Ireland ; New Haven, Conn. : Distributed by Yale University Press, 2003.


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 UniM Bail  759.2915 KENN    AVAILABLE
Physical description 9 unnumbered pages, 149 pages, 1 unnumbered page : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 27 cm
Notes 'Published on the occasion of an exhibition at The National Gallery of Ireland, 19 February - 18 May 2003.'.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The most important Irish landscape painter of the twentieth century, Paul Henry defined the quintessential view of the Irish landscape. In this lovely book S. B. Kennedy outlines Paul Henry's life and career, discusses how he is regarded today, and considers his role within the artistic heritage of Ireland. Detailed catalogue entires for each of the paintings reproduced in this volume reveal that Henry was more faithful in recording his subject matter than has been believed. Individual scenes can often be identified with precision, helping us to understand the artist's approach to picture making, his use of sketchbooks, and his attitude toward the landscape that so powerfully infulenced him.
Other author Henry, Paul, 1876-1958.
Bhreathnach-Lynch, Síghle.
National Gallery of Ireland.
Subject Henry, Paul, 1876-1958. -- Exhibitions.
Painters -- Ireland -- Biography.
ISBN 0300099452 (paperback) £18.95