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Bill Lynch

Bill Lynch painted with oils directly onto plywood, the deft and often light marks belying the extensive deliberation afforded to his subjects. ‘He cared so much’, writes Michael Wilde in the publication accompanying this exhibition. He, like Verne Dawson, enjoyed a close friendship with Lynch for many years. Thanks to their enduring care and support, these intriguing paintings are being shown in Ireland for the first time.

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Anna Boghiguian
Period of Change

The Douglas Hyde is proud to present the first solo exhibition in Ireland by renowned artist Anna Boghiguian, titled Period of Change. Widely considered one of the most interesting contemporary artists of our time, Boghiguian is a close observer of the human condition, proposing a unique and diverse interpretation of contemporary life. She draws equally […]

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