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Sean Curran

The Temple Bar Pub is of one of the very popular "watering holes" in the Temple Bar area of Dublin......an area well known by tourists from all over the world to this fair city. The pub is famous for it's traditional Irish music and possibly one of the best pints in town. So if you ever find yoursel..
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The Temple Bar Pub is of one of the very popular "watering holes" in the Temple Bar area of Dublin......an area well known by tourists from all over the world to this fair city. The pub is famous for it's traditional Irish music and possibly one of the best pints in town. So if you ever find yoursel..
€35.00
I've often heard art critics describe paintings of boats as being a little "twee" or "kitschy" and to be honest I can't understand why. I have always found boats, and their various shapes and sizes so interesting. They show the unbelievable skill used by master craftsmen to shape wood or steel into ..
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Without doubt one of the things we do very well in Ireland, is produce some of the greatest thoroughbred horse's in the world and the Curragh is the heartland of this horse breeding industry. A flat open piece of "common" land, the Curragh also plays host as the training ground for the rac..
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Founded in 1852 as a boarding school for boys, Newbridge College is now a co-educational school. Situated on either side of the River Liffey on the North side of Newbridge, it is also a great homestead for rugby in Ireland...
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As an artist I don't like to "pigeon hole" myself with being able to paint only one type of subject, for example just painting buildings or seascapes. I like to push myself out of my comfort zone every chance I get. After all, its still just paper and paint your working with. This is the main reason..
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Here's a painting I recently created, it depicts a typical Irish rural scene of a farmer at the end of a cold autumn day, leading his dairy cattle home for the evening.There's a damp chill in the air and the farmer walks, his collar pulled up to keep the cold from his neck. Red, orange and yellow le..
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The east pier in Dun Laoghaire is a famous spot walkers of all ages. In my earlier days it was where my myself and my wife use to go quiet regularly, when we were engaged....mainly because it was a free night out, a very important factor for a young couple saving to get married! And the reward ..
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I grew up in a small village called Rathcoole, in the parish of Saggart, County Dublin and the home of St. Mary's Gaelic Football Club. It was with this club that I played for nearly 10 years and made some of the most enduring friendships of my life. A small community during my childhood, ..
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 On the Southside of Dublin's coastline lies the beautiful little suburb called Sandycove and it's here that James Joyce lived for a short time. The story goes that Oliver St John Gogarty lived in this Martello Tower well before him and that Joyce moved in with Gogarty after fork..
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While in the south of France on my holiday a number of years ago I came across the most beautiful field of sunflowers bathed in the midday sun and only one person came to mind.... Vincent Van Gough. I can only hope I have done him justice...
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Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin. Built approx 1,000 years ago, this scene is taken looking up from Dame Street, a view I often thought overlooked by many artists and creates a great perspective for painting.The Cathedral is the oldest working structure in Dublin and house's a very rare copy of the 14..
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This is a painting of one my favourite "watering hole's" here in my hometown of Naas....Hayden's Pub. I have always found it a great place to trip a long for a pint as it still maintains the genuine feel and atmosphere of a "real" Irish pub. The ambiance, the atmosphere and the great friendly staff ..
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