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Eileen Healy
The Glen 
(No. 2 in a series of 3 paintings)
1999
Painting the City: Images of Ireland's Urban World in the Nineteenth Century
Wednesday 6 December, 1pm

Public Talk by Dr Mary Jane Boland

Following a stint at the National Gallery of Ireland, Mary Jane Boland completed a PhD at the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Prof. Fintan Cullen, where her research focused on art and identity in pre-famine Ireland. From 2013 to 2015, she taught eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British and Irish art at the University of Nottingham and then at University College Cork. She has published various essays and articles on her work, the latest in a volume on the nineteenth-century Irish urban space with the Liverpool University Press. She currently lives in London and works as a research associate for Lord David Puttnam, but still pursues her art historical work- whenever she can!

UNDER THE GOLDIE FISH
Views of Cork from the Collection

Much like exploring Cork by foot, this selection of visual responses to its laneways and thoroughfares, vistas and landmarks affords the viewer a circuitous journey through the city’s urban fabric and serves as a visual reminder of our deep and shifting history.

The exhibition Under the Goldie Fish will run until 20 January, 2018



Contact:
Anne 021 4907857
anneboddaert@crawfordartgallery.ie
Emma 021 4907862
emmaklemencic@crawfordartgallery.ie

Eileen Healy
The Glen 
(No. 2 in a series of 3 paintings)
1999


 

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