At Morgan O’Driscoll’s forthcoming Dublin sale, Paul Henry’s A Kerry Lake, 1932-33, is a superb work from a seminal period in his career.
After a decade of financial and marital difficulties, in 1929, Henry set up home in Wicklow, from where his visits to Kerry gave him a new lease of life and fresh optimism. Part of a distinguished US collection from 1960, it measures 36 x 41 cm...
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