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Lacey, Edward (1986)
From Bray, County Wicklow.
Edward has a B.A in Visual Arts Practice. Currently teaching Art, Design and TOK in an IB School, creating art when he can. He works in a range of mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolours, pastel and pencil.
His works are mainly portraits and landscapes and realist in style. Edward has taken part in group exhibitions and also held a solo exhibition with his own conceptual work the title of which was “Precipice” in Tate Guerin Gallery, Wells House, Co.Wexford. The works in this show dealt with depression and contemplation of suicide. The paintings exhibited were a thoughtful and reflective representation of disquiet at a time when the affliction of profound sadness obscures reason.
His latest drawings are inspired by nostalgia. Art has been a passion of his since childhood something which he can lose himself in and use as a means to escape and expression.
Edward is available for commission work and can be contacted via his Facebook page: Edward-Lacey-Artist
“Girl admiring Bray Head“.
Left to right: Portrait of Richard O’ Carroll – a commission, on A3 Bristol Board, Pencil; and David Bowie on A4 Bristol Board – Prismacolour Pencil, Acrylic.
Lalor, Tom (fl.1940s)
“Children in St.Stephen’s Green, Dublin” oil on panel (16″ x 22″), sold at Whyte’s – 12/6/2005 for €2,600.
“Skipping” oil on board (8″ x 10″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 26/6/2017.
Lamb, Charles Vincent RHA RUA (1893 – 1964)
“Lough Neagh at Derrytrasna, Co. Armagh” oil on board. Sold at Christies, London – 19/5/2000 for £2,820.00.
“The Twelve Pins” oil on board (12″ x 15″), unsold at Adam’s – 28/9/2016.
Lamb, Peadar (1930 – 2017)
Son of artist Charles Lamb aka P. Luain.
Better known as an actor of screen and stage rather than as an artist.
“Huband bridge looking towards the Peppercanister Church, Dublin” and “Coastal scene near Carraroe” both oil on board (13″ x 16″), sold at Ringwood Auctions, Hampshire – 7/4/2018 for just £30.
Left to right: “Farm, Old Town, Bellaghy“, watercolour drawing (11″ x 8”); “St.Patrick’s, Glenarm“, watercolour drawing (11″ x 8”) – both unsold at Ross’s on the 29/3/2017.
Lane, Mary Sophia (c.1871)
Lane, Vernon (1925 – 1979)
“Riders of the Sky” watercolour drawing (9″ x 13″), sold at Ross’s – 13/8/2015 for £15.00.
“Blaskets at Evening” oil on canvas (24.5″ x 36″), sold at Whyte’s – 26/6/2000 for €381.00.
Langham, Sir John (1894 – 1972)
Northern Ireland born botanical artist.
Langrishe, Grania (1934)
“Rosehip” 2005, watercolour (9.5″ x 7″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 28/5/2018 for €140.00.
Langtry-Lynas, Dante RUA
“Carrickfergus Castle, with village and harbour” oil on board (14″ x 17″), sold at Fonsie Mealy’s 8/3/2017 for €140.00.
Left to right: “River & Overhanging Tree” oil on board (16″ x 20″), sold at Ross’s – 10/4/2013 for £50; and “Shaw’s Bridge at Minnowburn” oil on board (14″ x 16″), sold at Ross’s – 7/5/2014 for £20.
Langtry-Lynas, John RUA (1879 – 1956)
“My Son Rodin” dated 1925 – © National Museums Northern Ireland.
Laporte, John (1761 – 1839)
“Black Rock Castle, Dublin Bay” dated 1801, pencil and watercolour (11.5″ x 20.5″).
“The Lower Lake, Killarney, from Lord Kenmare’s Deer Park, 1831” watercolour (20″ x 27″), unsold at Sheppard’s – 30/4/2019.
Largey, Hugh (d.1992)
Northern Irish artist?
“Donegal Scene” oil on canvas (16″ x 20″), sold at Fonsie Mealy’s – 10/7/2018 for €60.00.
Larkin, Cormac (1922)
“Rock Formations” oil on board (16″ x 20″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 28/5/2018 for €140.00.
“Sunset After Rain, Phoenix Park, Dublin” oil on board (7.5″ x 9.5″).
Larmour, Lynne USWA
“Shelter on the Bann” oil on canvas (24″ x 24″), unsold at Ross’s – 21/3/2018.
Latham, James (1696 – 1747)
A portrait painter, James Latham was born in Thurles, County Tipperary.
Portrait of Unknown Lady, oil on canvas (50″ x 39″), sold for £8,500 at Swan Fine Art Auctions, Tetsworth, Oxfordshire on 2/11/2017.
Portrait of a young man – on sale eBay 6/2016 with a price tag of £5,995.
“Landscape with Cottages” acrylic on canvas (10″ x 12″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 3/10/2016 for €120.00.
Laverty, Martin (1964)
Martin Laverty is a self-taught artist from County Antrim.
Lavery, Diane (1929 – 2018)
Diane Lavery (née Marshall) was born in Enfield, England and moved to Ireland in the mid-1950s to her husband’s family farm on the Dingle peninsula in Co.Kerry. She began painting professionally in 1967 when she joined the Kerry Fine Art Society.
Best known for her Open Door, Thatched Cottage and Currach series she also had her work in public and private collections. In 1995, her painting “A View of the Maine Valley” was commissioned and presented to President Mary Robinson.
Over the years Diane painted many portrait commissions including broadcaster Gay Byrne; Sean McBride; Charlie Haughey and Pope John Paul II.
Along side her art, she also wrote poetry and was included in many anthologies as well as writing several children’s books in Irish.
“Castlemaine, Co.Kerry” oil on board (21″ x 27″), sold at Dolan’s ‘Rosslare Sale‘ – 30/4/17 for €20.00.
“Pulling the Currach at Clogher Head” oil on canvas (30″ x 48″).
Lavery, Sir John (1856 – 1941)
“Armistice Day, November 11th 1918, Grosvenor Place, London” oil on canvas (30″ x 25″), sold at Sotheby’s (London) – 21/11/2018 for £200,000.
“Glendaloch” 1924, oil on canvas board (20″ x 24″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 12/11/2018.
Lawless, Matthew James (1837 – 1864)
“A Sick Call” dated 1863, oil on canvas (25″ x 40.5″) – in the collection of the National Gallery of Ireland.
“The Cavalier’s Escape” dated 1861, pencil and wash on paper (5″ x 10″), sold at Whyte’s – 22/2/2005 for €1,600.
“Fenit Island, Tralee Bay” watercolour (9.5″ x 13″) sold at Adam’s – 3/9/2013 for €110.00.
“Maamturk Mountains” acrylic on board (9.5″ x 13.5″), sold at Mealy’s Fine Art – 28/1/2017 for €50.
Lawlor, Fergus K
“Sunset Reflections” watercolour drawing (11″ x 19″), unsold at Ross’s – 20/5/2015.
“Gráinne” – Overall Winner of the 64th Texaco Children’s Art Competition in 2018.
More here: www.texacochildrensart.com
Lawlor, Jimmy (1967)
Wexford born artist now living and working in Westport, County Mayo.
“15 Minutes of Fame” oil on board (12″ x 25″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s (RDS) – 10/4/2017 for €2,400.
Left to right: “Galway, Early Music Festival” 1999, oil on board (18″ x 19″), unsold at Whyte’s – 2/10/2017; and “The Music Lesson” oil on board (23″ x 17″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 5/3/2018.
Lawrenson, Charlotte Mary Rose (1883 – 1965)
“An Irish Peasant Girl Knitting” oil on canvas (28″ x 22″).
© the artist’s estate. Photo credit: Brighton and Hove Museums and Art Galleries.
Lawrenson, Edward Louis (1868 – 1940)
A Dublin born landscape painter and etcher, educated at Trinity College, Dublin, he first soldiered with the Connaught Rangers per his family tradition, leaving the army in 1900 to study art in Paris. He studied under Colarossi, Mucha, and in Holland, the American artist, George Hitchcock. He exhibited regularly at the RA from 1907 to 1934 and at the RHA between 1900 and 1934. He designed one of the first commemorative postage stamps of the Irish Free State issued to mark the opening of the Shannon Barrage in 1930 – below.
“Caragh Lake, County Kerry” oil on panel (12.5″ x 16.5″), sold at Whyte’s – 29/9/2008 for €1,800.
“Harvesters” watercolour (11″ x 15″), sold at Elstob & Elstob, Ripon, Yorkshire – 18/4/2020 for £180.00.
“Gipsy’s Evening” oil on board (17.5″ x 21.5″), sold at Elstob & Elstob, Ripon, Yorkshire – 18/4/2020 for £1,200.
Lawson, John A (1951)
Belfast born artist.
“Bank at Punchestown” © Newtownabbey Borough Council.
Leahy, Edward Daniel (1797 – 1875)
Edward Daniel Leahy was an Irish portrait and subject painter. He was trained in Dublin, where he began his career before establishing himself in London.
Leavy, Anna Marie
A native of Donegal and graduate of NCAD who has lived in Westmeath since 1971. She works both in watercolours and acrylics.
“Lough Ennell” 1983, watercolour.
Bronagh Lee is an Illustrator and Artist based in Dublin. She graduated from the NCAD in 2016 with a BA Hons in Printmaking and then completed a course in Graphic Design from Dublin Institute of Design. She has been working as a freelance Illustrator since, developing illustration for posters, zines, animation, editorial design and prints. As well as this she runs her own online shop and takes part in exhibitions.
Leech, William John RHA ROI (1881 – 1968)
Born in Dublin he attended St.Columba’s College, in Rathfarnham, and later studied at the Metropolitan School of Art before transferring to the Royal Hibernian Academy where he studied under Walter Osborne.
William John Leech considered himself an Irish painter although most of his career was spent abroad. He completed his training at the Academie Julian in Paris and painted in Brittany from 1903. While his early interior views and portraits reflect the tonal influence of Whistler, about 1910 he began to use a brighter, post-impressionist palette. The later Brittany canvases are flooded with light and colour. During this period, his first wife Elizabeth Kerlin was the model in a number of exciting and experimental works such as Convent Garden, Brittany (National Gallery of Ireland). After the First World War, Leech divided his time between London and the South of France, travelling with his companion and later wife May Botterell. In the tradition of the ‘Irish Impressionists’ he was fascinated by the treatment of light in French painting, though he continued to explore different styles through his career. Leech painted portraits, landscapes and still lifes, including remarkable self-portraits, interiors and luxuriant aloes. Throughout his life he regularly exhibited in Ireland and England. The majority of his paintings are still in private hands and little known.
Left to right: “The Blue Shop, Quimper” 1917, oil on canvas (24″ x 16″) sold at Christie’s, London in 1998 for £265,500 – a record price for the artist’s work; “A Convent Garden, Brittany” c.1913, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Ireland collection; and “Home Practice, Michael O’Neill of the Dublin Chamber Orchestra” c.1910, oil on canvas (24″ x 20″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s RDS sale – 21/10/2019.
William John Leech: An Irish Painter Abroad by Denise Ferran, published by Merrell Publishing Ltd., London (1997). Still available in hardback and paperback.
Lees, Harry G (active 1940s)
Harry G. Lees exhibited with the Grafton Gallery in 1940s, and showed once at the RHA in 1946.
“Lough Erne” watercolour drawing (7″ x 15″).
“Thatched Cottages in Landscape” watercolour (6″ x 11.5″), sold at Whyte’s – 17/12/2000 for €380.00.
Northern Irish artist.
“In Donegal” oil on canvas (20″ x 30″), unsold at Ross’s – 5/9/2018.
“Cottages and Peat Stacks” dated 1964, oil on canvas board (17″ x 29″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 30/1/2017 for €320.00.
Le Jeune, James RHA (1910 – 1983)
“Portrait of a Gentleman” oil on board (15.5″ x 12″), sold at de Vere’s – 18/7/2018 for €550.00.
Barry Lemasney is an orthodontist currently studying at the Limerick School of Art and Design. He doing a BA in Fine Art specialising in Print Making. He also paints in acrylics and enjoys landscape, portraiture and still life.
Artist, illustrator and cartoonist.
“The New Nation, October 1989” watercolour (10″ x 8″) with framed copy of magazine cover, sold at Whyte’s – 17/2/2020 for €180.00.
Kay Leonard is self-taught and has been a full time artist for more than 25 years.
“Rustic Garden Scene” 2001, oil on canvas (12″ x 16″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 28/1/2019 for €200.00.
Fermanagh born Marjorie Leonard born studied Art at the University of Ulster, Belfast, where she graduated with a B.A. (Hons) Degree. An accomplished watercolourist, Marjorie is primarily a painter of the Irish rural landscape. She is a member of the Ulster Watercolour Society and has exhibited with the RUA.
The artist’s work may be viewed at the Marjorie Leonard Art Gallery in the Buttermarket, a beautifully restored early 19th century courtyard right in the heart of Enniskillen Town Centre. Open Monday/Saturday all year from 10am – 5.30pm.
Marjorie is also available for commissioned work.
Leonard, Pamela (1940)
Pamela Leonard graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 1964. Her love of landscape has led her to create images set in areas she knows well, giving them an enduring and timeless quality. Amongst her work she has designed 16 stamps for An Post.
Left to right: “Winding Stream” (24″ x 30″) and “Prevailing Winds II” (20″ x 30″) – a pair of artist’s proof colour etchings which sold at Reeman Dansie, Colchester, Essex on 22/11/2017 for £180.00.
Leonard, Patrick (1918 – 2005)
“A Hot Day in Rush, Co.Dublin” oil on canvas (34″ x 40″), sold at Whyte’s – 26/9/2016 for €18,000.00.
“Demolition of Red Island Holiday Camp, Skerries” dated 1980, oil on board (20″ x 24″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 23/1/2017 for €700.00.
“Family Day Out” oil on canvas (15.5″ x 20.5″).
Self-taught artist from Coleraine now living and working in Ballycastle, Co.Antrim.
Leslie, Sir John (1822 – 1916)
“Camels and figures at rest” pen, ink and wash (6″ x 8″) from a sketchbook with 16 others; sold at Rosebery’s (London) – 19/1/2013 for £300.00. Sir John Leslie of Glaslough Castle, Co.Monaghan, was an Irish diplomat, explorer and soldier; these pages purportedly came from his sketchbook during a trip to Egypt and the Nile.
Lett, Irene Brereton (1888 – 1977)
Attended the Metropolitan School of Art in Dublin for six years between 1905 and 1913. She married her cousin Richard Lett and seems to not to have been active until her later life when she lived in North Wales.
Levinge, Maria (1946)
Wexford based artist.
Lewis, Kevin (1955)
A largely self-taught artist from County Wexford who specialises in pen and ink watercolours of urban landscapes. He is a member of the South East Plein Air group.
Dublin born artist.
Leydon, Dan (1987)
Dan Leydon is a freelance illustrator who lives and works in Sligo.
Liddy, Pat (1944)
Pat Liddy is an Irish watercolour artist, historian, writer, illustrator, broadcaster, mapmaker, and environmental lobbyist. In 2005, he established ‘Pat Liddy’s Walking Tours of Dublin’ which have gone from strength to strength and now employs a well tutored, cosmopolitan team of guides to show visitors the sights of Dublin
Some of the artist’s finest work is to be found in his many books including “Dublin be Proud” (1987) – one of my most treasured possessions signed and inscribed for me by the author in 2005. Copies are still available online and they are ideal for dismembering/framing – if you’re a philistine!
Lindsay, Thomas NWS (1793 – 1861)
“River with Distant Mountains” watercolour drawing (7″ x 9″), sold at Ross’s – 13/9/2017 for £40.
Dublin born artist.
See on British page here.
“Lackagh Estuary” watercolour drawing (10″ x 14″), sold at Ross’s – 13/2/2019 for €20.00.
Livingston, George David (1920 – 1978)
Born in Belfast.
Primarily self-taught he worked as a ‘commercial artist’ for most of his working life. I think he started as a ‘junior artist’ in the publicity department of the Ulster Transport Authority. He then worked as a commercial artist with W.G.Baird, a Belfast printing company. After Baird’s, he went through a period of running his own small art studio in Snugville Street, Belfast. He finished his career as an artist/designer with the Belfast Telegraph.
Very much an all-rounder he applied his art skills to a wide range of projects (From a mural for the Kantara Hotel in Portrush to small press advertisements, trademarks and stationery designs).
An outstanding calligrapher and lettering artist he did many illuminated addresses for a wide range of VIPs visiting Belfast (including Royalty and Winston Churchill). He also spent many years lettering the title pages of memorial and pulpit Bibles.
Primarily a landscape painter he exhibited for many years in the Royal Ulster Academy.
A keen cyclist he was an active member of an artists’ cycling club that went sketching at the weekends (The River Lagan was a favoured location). Over the summer they went further afield (The Mournes and Donegal). Costs were kept to a minimum by utilising the extensive network of youth hostels.
I am indebted to the artist’s son, Alan Livingston, for the above information.
“Lough Doon from Creeslough” watercolour (10.5″ x 14.75″).
“The Cornfield” oil on board (27″ x 38″), sold at Ross’s – 8/8/2018 for £120.00.
Left to right: “The Mourne Mountains” No.7015 and “The Road to the Mountains” No.7016 – two from a series of art postcards published by Scholastic Productions (Belfast) during the 1940s.
“Irish Lake in Winter” dated 1998, watercolour.
Livingstone, Patrick (1956)
Lurgan born artist now living and working in the south of France.
“The Americas Cup 1934, Rhode Island” oil on canvas (30″ x 40″), sold at Halls Fine Art Auctioneers, Shrewsbury, England – 31/1/2020 for £330.00.
“County Down Landscape” oil on canvas (8″ x 20″), sold at Ross’s – 17/6/2020 for £20.00.
Long, David UWS (1933)
Born in Belfast, David began his art career as an apprentice damask designer. He subsequently studied part-time at Belfast College of Art and became a professional painter in 1967.
“The Mournes from Tyrella Beach” oil on canvas (20″ x 30″), sold at Ross’s – 3/5/2017 for £650.00.
“Ballygally Castle, County Antrim” watercolour (24″ x 18″), unsold at Ross’s – 31/5/2017.
Long, John St.John (1798 – 1834)
Longfield, C A
Nothing known about this, presumably Irish, artist apart from a few postcards online from an unknown publisher.
Belfast born artist now living and work in Scotland.
Looney, Barry (1947)
Barry Looney was born in Cork city and left school aged just 13 to earn money to help his family. He started work as an apprentice glazier and glass cutter, travelled around Ireland fixing and repairing leaded light and stained glass windows in churches and cathedrals, hence his love of colour and shape. He went on to spend almost forty years working on building sites in London and painting as much as he could in his spare time. With little formal education and certainly no Art lessons he has developed his own style…………more to follow.
“Ivy covered house, Inis Mór, Aran Islands” oil on canvas (24″ x 36″).
“Glenveagh, Donegal” watercolour drawing (11″ x 15″), sold at Ross’s – 7/9/2016 for £70.00.
“Galway Race Stadium” dated June 2017, watercolour (15″ x 18″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 14/8/2017 for €60.00.
“Old House & Church at Ballintoy, Co.Antrim” watercolour drawing (8.5″ x 20.5″), sold at Ross’s – 5/12/2018 for £70.
Loughman, Stephen (1964)
Graduated from the National College of Art & Design in 1987 with a BA in Fine Art painting. Lives and works in Dublin.
“Nacht” 2007, oil on canvas (24″ x 35.5″), sold at Whyte’s – 2/12/2019 for €2,800.
“Across Carlingford Lough” acrylic on board (13″ x 20″), unsold at Ross’s – 9/8/2017.
“The Glenageary” (8″ x 15″) watercolour drawing.
“Peace Bridge at Sunset” oil on canvas (24″ x 24″ sold at Ross’s – 4/12/2014 for £180.00.
“Winter, Brook Park, Derry” oil on board (12″ x 16″), unsold at Ross’s – 1/2/2017.
Lowth, Nora (d.2016)
“Coastal Landscape” mixed media (16″ x 23″).
“West of Ireland Coastal Seascape” mixed media pastel (16″ x 23″).
“Roundstone” limited edition print (12″ x 23″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 14/8/2017 for €100.00.
Luke, John RUA (1906 – 1975)
“The Old Callan Bridge” c.1945 from the Armagh County Museum collection.
Left to right: “The locks at Edenderry , 1944” tempera on board (10.5″ x 14.5″), sold at Christies – 11/5/1996 for £85,000 and may be seen in the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum collection; and “Slievemore, 1938” oil and tempera (21.5″ x 30.5″).
Peter Lunn graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design with a BA in Fine Art Printmaking.
Gillian Lutton from Banbridge, Northern Ireland, began painting in 1989 and has held a series of successful exhibitions of her work since.
She has also exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy and at the Ulster Museum. Gillian was commissioned to provide illustrations for Cottage Publications book, “Banbridge, An Illustrated History and Companion” and to illustrate the acclaimed book, “By The Banks of the Bann” and its follow up book, “My Lagan Love, A Portrait of the River Lagan“.
“The Old Linen Mill” watercolour (14.5″ x 10.5″), sold at Ross’s – 9/11/2011 for £40.00.
Lyle, Susan Letitia
“Cork Lighthouse” 1884, watercolour (4.5″ x 8.5″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s for €280.00.
“Whiddy Island from Donemark” 1885, watercolour (5″ x 8.5″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 21/9/2020 for €500.00.
Lyndsay, Roy (1945)
Born in Castlederg, Co.Tyrone.
“Men of South Kerry” (47.5″ x 19.5″) oil on canvas.
“Ballinasloe” dated 2014, oil on canvas (29″ x 39″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 24/10/2016 for €900.00.
Lynch, Brendan P (1968)
Musician, Artist and Author.
Painting exclusively in watercolour, Brendan’s work is influenced by his love of architecture and the Irish landscape. His work has featured in many books and he has exhibited nationally and internationally. His passion for the built landscape of Ireland is reflected in his unique realistic style of painting and drawing.
“My subjects are all around me the farmsteads, the mills, the forges, the gates the landscapes and the old shops and pubs of County Clare”.
Now based in the heart of Ennistymon a town of unique character, Brendan lives and works from an 18th century listed building. The old building has been lovingly restored and conserved and is Ireland’s only watercolour gallery and violin shop.
Dáire Lynch is a Dublin born artist who currently resides in Co.Mayo in the west of Ireland.
My main interests are landscapes and nature. I take inspiration from walks in my local area and the countryside around me. I enjoy adding an element of contrast to my paintings which I think often adds a mood or feeling to the piece. I often visit the same scene several times to get changes in light and mood and, while I paint in a fairly realistic manner my colours tend to be influenced by how I feel, thankfully mainly happy. When I was younger I loved the work of the Pre-Raphaelites which gave me an interest in Realism. Later while travelling in Canada I became interested in the Group of Seven with their bold use of colour and subject matter. I paint things that excite me either through colour, subject or lighting. I would call myself a traditional painter with a modern edge and I work mainly in acrylic on canvas.
“Twilight, Strangford to the Mournes”
Lynch, Padraig (1936)
Padraig Lynch was born in Ardee, Co. Louth. He studied under the late George Collie RHA at his studio in Dublin. He has a degree in Architecture as well as a BA in the History of Art from UCD and has also worked as a primary school teacher.
“At Ballymascanlon” (1993) oil on board. Sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s 28/4/2014 – €275.00.
Left to right: “Leafy Pool, Dunavee” oil on canvas (10″ x 12″), unsold at de Vere’s – 6/2/2017; “Primroses” oil on board (9.5″ x 7.5″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 14/8/2018 for €500.00; and “Still Life on Table” oil on canvas (15.5″ x 20″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 18/11/2019 for €750.00.
Lynch, P J (1962)
Patrick James Lynch is an artist and illustrator of children’s books.
Lynch Morrin, Nicola
Lynn, Bob (1940)
Born in Scotland, Bob Lynn studied art at the Edinburgh College of Art. Since then he has travelled, studied and worked in London and Poland. In the seventies he fell in love with Ireland and after years of commuting between London and the West of Ireland, he finally settled in Co. Wicklow permanently in 1980.
Lynn, William Henry (1829 – 1915)
“Castle Leslie” watercolour (16″ x 27″), sold at Gormley’s – 22/9/2020 for £360.00.
Born and raised in Dublin he completed a degree in design communication in Limerick College of Art. Over the last couple of years, his work has drawn the attention of collectors and galleries.
Lyons, Fergus (1950)
“Ballinasloe Horse Fair” oil on canvas board (24″ x 35″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 4/10/2016.
“Lough Conn Limestone” oil on canvas (20″ x 24″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 10/12/2018.
Lyons, Philip (1963)
Philip Lyons is a Cork born artist who trained at the Crawford School of Art.
“Fishing off the Beach, Connemara” acrylic on canvas (22.5″ x 30″), sold at Whyte’s – 13/6/2001 for €1,015 incl.commission.
Lysaght, Damaris (1956)
Left to right: “From Colla Pier, Schull” oil on canvas (18″ x 14″) sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 2/8/2016 for €500.00; and “Minard, Co.Kerry” oil on canvas board (19″ x 14″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 23/1/2017 for €280.00.