From patriots of note to mid-century marvels
A fine collection takes in everything from post-Treaty portraiture to Eames chairs, Scully abstracts and ebullient 1950s scenes
Realism with a laudable backstory appears time and time again in the work of Seán Keating. When choosing the subjects of his paintings, he made a point of only portraying real people who had contributed to building the Irish nation in the post-Treaty years. The man in Irish Gothic is loosely based on a series of sketches made for a painting titled Republican Court (otherwise known as Sinn Féin Court), planned with the help of...
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