Dermot Seymour - 'Bell Hueys Over Clew Bay'
An exhibition charting how local art evolved throughout the course of the 20th century is set to open at the Ava Gallery in Clandeboye Estate, Bangor on March 9, offering a visual snapshot of Ulster over 100 years.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
James H. Craig - 'Belfast Docks'
Starting with the traditional Northern Irish school of landscape painters, featured artists from the early 1900s include James Humbert Craig, Frank McKelvey, and the mystic George William Russell (Æ), from Lurgan.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
Norah McGuinness - 'The Startled Bird'
Amongst the mid-century works is 'The Startled Bird' by Derry-born artist Norah McGuinness, which debuted at the annual RHA exhibition in Dublin before travelling abroad as part of international exhibitions in Monaco and New York.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
F.E. McWilliam - 'Forwards'
The 'Art of the Troubles' represents the latter half of the century, with works by Dermot Seymour, Micky Donnelly, Jack Pakenham, Brian Ferran, Ross Wilson and Victor Sloan, plus sculptures from F.E. McWilliam's 'Banner' series.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
Basil Blackshaw - 'Clint Eastwood'
Forming the centrepiece of the exhibition are over 40 pieces from the studio of late Belfast artist Basil Blackshaw, who died last May. The array of mediums, from oil to pencil, reflect periods of the 'poet in paint''s career.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
Basil Blackshaw - 'Flower Piece'
The exhibition is presented by Irish art auctioneers Adams ahead its Important Irish Art auction in Dublin on March 29. For more information on the event visit www.adams.ie.Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
Exhibition Preview: The Art of Ulster 1900 - 2000
A snapshot of fine art in Ulster over the last century comes to Clandeboye Estate from March 9-15, with Basil Blackshaw at its centre