Yeatsian intimations of mortality
At Adam’s we can expect good results for Jack B Yeats and the Belfast Boys. By the 1940s, Yeats was largely confined to his studio and The Landing Stage is one of a series of small panel paintings executed in 1943.
Possibly Enniscrone, known for its salt water baths, it depicts a location that has seen better days, once thriving, now ‘an empty stage set without the performers’, a reminder of the artist’s –...
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