Very good. no bumps, creases, marks-mild shelf wear on covers-personally inspected by seller. 40 p. : ill. (some col. ); 20 x 22 cm. 81 reproductions of paintings, some photographs, bibliography and extensive footnotes The first two pages of text are in Gallic (I believe. ), the balance are in English Catalogue of an exhibition held at The Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin, 12 July-25 August, 1991. Includes bibliographical references. From the cover notes: One of Ireland's best known painters, this catalogue traces his evolution and rise from early days as a stained glass artist in the Harry Clarke Studios, through the (Irish) War of Independence and his subsequent career. By showing examples of his work, as well as their context within an Irish framework the author has revealed the distinctive role played by this artist in the course of Irish Art history.
1991. Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin. Softback. Book-VG. 7.5x8. 40pp. Colour frontis, profuse colour & b/w illus. Maurice MacGonigal (1900-1979) was an integral part of the Irish cultural scene of his time. This exhibition brought together a small but pertinent selection of his works, analysing his place in the development of modern Irish painting.
Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin
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