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Paintings by a Dublin Based Unknown Artist from the Local Art Classes

Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist after attending the Local Art Classes. Classes are held every Friday morning. Learn to paint like the great artists such as Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist after attending the Local Art Classes. Classes are held every Friday morning. Learn to paint like the great artists such as Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet. | Source

Paintings From An Unknown Artist

Today I would like to share with you some beautiful paintings from an unknown, Dublin based artists. These paintings where painted in the local art classes which are held every Friday in the local community hall.

The artist who painted these beautiful paintings has been attending the art classes now for one year and has learn so many new techniques on how to become a great artist such as, Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.

I hope you enjoy browsing through these paintings and I would love to hear your views on them.

Community Art Classes

The Local Art Classes that this artist attends are held in Prussia street community centre, Dublin 7. They are held on a Friday from 10am-12noon on a weekly basis. They are 10 week terms, breaking for holiday seasons such as Christmas Easter and summer. Most of the pupils have been attending the art class for 7 years and some as long as 10 years.

The cost is €2.60 which is a great price for all the wonderful things that the teacher, Cara, shares with them all.

They also have an annual exhibition in Cabra library, Dublin 7. This gives the pupils a chance to show off their great works of art to the public and a lot of the paintings are sold to eager customers.

A lot of the money that is made is used for new materials such as canvas’s, paints, paint brushes and all the things needed to make ‘new’ works of art.

I have attended the exhibition many times and I have been very impressed with the paintings there. Keep up the good work ladies.

Paintings from an Unknown Dublin Based Artist

In this article I will share with you some Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
In this article I will share with you some Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from  an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source

Vincent Van Gogh

Famous paintings from Vincent Van Gogh.
Famous paintings from Vincent Van Gogh. | Source
Famous paintings from Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Famous paintings from Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet. | Source

Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh, for whom colour was the chief symbol of expression, was born in Groot-Zundert, Holland on March 30, 1853.

The son of a pastor, brought up in a religious and cultured atmosphere, Vincent was highly emotional and lacked self-confidence.

Between 1860 and 1880, when he finally decided to become an artist, van Gogh had had two unsuitable and unhappy romances and had worked unsuccessfully as a clerk in a bookstore, an art salesman, and a preacher in the Borinage, where he was dismissed for overzealousness.

He remained in Belgium to study art, determined to give happiness by creating beauty.

The works of his early Dutch period are sombre-toned, sharply lit, genre paintings of which the most famous is "The Potato Eaters" (1885). In that year Vincent Van Gogh went to Antwerp where he discovered the works of Rubens and purchased many Japanese prints.

More Paintings from an Unknown Dublin Based Artist

Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet.
Paintings from an unknown Dublin based artist. Learn to paint at your local art classes and become a famous painter such as Vincent van Gogh and Monet. | Source

Claude Monet

Claude Monet's famous paintings
Claude Monet's famous paintings

Claude Monet

Oscar-Claude Monet (1840-1926) is a famous French painter and one of the founders of the Impressionism movement along with his friends Renoir, Sisley and Bazille. Monet rejected the traditional approach to landscape painting and instead of copying old masters he had been learning from his friends and the nature itself. Monet observed variations of colour and light caused by the daily or seasonal changes.

Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840 on the fifth floor of 45 rue Laffitte, in the ninth arrondissement of Paris. He was the second son Claude Adolphe Monet and Louise-Justine Aubree. On the first of April 1851, Monet entered the Le Havre secondary school of the arts.

He became known locally for these charcoal caricatures, which he would sell for ten to twenty francs. Monet also undertook his first drawing lessons from Jacques-Francois Orchard, a former student of Jacques-Louis David. On the beaches of Normandy in about 1856/1857 he meet fellow artist Eugene Boudin who became his mentor and taught him to use oil paints. Boudin taught Monet outdoor techniques for painting.

The National Gallery of Ireland

The Gallery holds extensive research collections relating to the national and international development of the visual arts.
The Gallery holds extensive research collections relating to the national and international development of the visual arts. | Source

The History of The National Gallery of Ireland

1852 – 1900

In June 1852 William Dargan, the father of the Irish rail network, approached the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) with an offer to underwrite a spectacular exhibition on Leinster Lawn in Dublin, the home of the RDS since 1815.

He wished to imitate the great exhibition that had taken place at Crystal Palace in London the previous year. Just eleven months later, on the 12th May, the exhibition was opened in an astonishing series of pavilions for which the architect, John Benson, received a knighthood.

The enthusiastic response of the visiting crowds demonstrated an active interest for art as well the desire for the establishment of a permanent public collection that would also be a fitting tribute to the generosity of Dargan.

Burren College of Art - County Clare - Ireland

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Burren College of Art

Burren College of art is an internationally recognised not-for-profit independent college specialising in undergraduate and graduate fine art education. We offer artists and art students from around the world time, space and inspiration within the unique environment of the Burren.

The Master of Fine Art programme is accredited by the National University of Ireland, Galway and is operated in association with the Royal College of Art, London and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Our undergraduate Study abroad programmes, Summer school and artist residency scheme also recruit internationally.

The College is a 4 hour drive from Dublin by car, 1 hour from Galway and approximately 1.5 hours to Limerick.

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How to - Answers 6 years ago from Ireland

Love the paintings of Caroline especially the abstract ones. Monet is one of my favourite painters. His gardens are just so beautiful. He shows how peacful it is sitting in a garden surounded by nature


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Garlic Angel 6 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi How to Answers thank you on behalf of Caroline she will be delighted with your comment. Yes I have to agree she is a great painter..

I do like Monet yes but I have to say I prefare Van Gogh myself, I love his self portrait ones.

He went through such hard times in his life to bring us all his lovely art...

Thank you for your comment and hope to catch you again soon.. Garlic Angel :-)


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Pamela Kinnaird W 6 years ago from Maui and Arizona

I enjoyed your hub. I'd never seen this kind of thing done in a hub. I also enjoyed your thoughts on Van Gogh. A friend of mine gave me a book with copies of the letters between Van Gogh and his brother. Very good book.

Caroline's perspective on the world is very nice, very unique. Thanks for sharing.


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mylittlejonny 6 years ago

Love the paintings! :)


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Garlic Angel 5 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi Pamela thank you for visiting my hub. I am glad you enjoyed the paintings, yes I love Carolines work and delighted to be able to share them with you all..

Garlic Angel :-)


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Garlic Angel 5 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi there mylittlejonny I am so glad you enjoyed the paintings. Caroline has done more paintings in the last few months and I hope to be able to post them soon.

Thank you for visiting and I hope to catch you again.

Garlic Angel :-)


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viking305 5 years ago from Ireland

Great hub. I get lost in my own thoughts when I look at the paintings sometimes.

Caroline has a great talent and she will become a known artist soon I bet


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Garlic Angel 5 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi Viking

Yes a good painting should be something that you "lose yourself" in and Caroline's work seems to do that. I agree her work is very good and hopefully one day she will get that recognistion she deserves..

So anytime you want to "get lost in your own thoughts" you are more than welcome to come back and look at Caroline's paintings :-)

I am hoping to post some of Caroline's new work as soon as they are available...

Thank you for visiting and loving your writing, keep up the good work..

Garlic Angel :-)


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phdast7 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

A wonderful brief review of some of Van Gogh and Monet's work. I also liked many of your sister's painting; they remind me of my Polish grandmother's art work - she painted in may different styles. Maybe I will try to post some of her work. Really enjoyed your Hub.


Karen 4 years ago

hi, i really like your sisters(my cuz)work too. she really is very good.I would luv to come and see the works when they are displayed at library. Karen


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Garlic Angel 4 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi phdast7

Thank you for your kind words and for taking the time to view the paintings. I am so glad you enjoyed them.

Yes it would be great if you could post some of your grandmothers paintings, I would love to see them. Send me a link if/when you do.

Thank you again and hopefully I will here from you soon.

Garlic Angel :-)


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Garlic Angel 4 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi Karen,

Thanks for visiting. Yes I love Carols paintings, she is very good. So glad you enjoyed them and thank you for your comment.

Garlic angel :-)


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Writer Fox 3 years ago from the wadi near the little river

Your sister is a talented artist. Tell her I enjoyed her work!


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Garlic Angel 3 years ago from Dublin Author

Thank you for your kind words Writer Fox.

I will indeed tell Caroline. We are glad you enjoyed them.

It is nice to be able to share Art Work in this manner as there are a lot of paintings from unknown Artists that never see the light of day.

Garlic Angel


Rayne123 3 years ago

Love these paintings, great hub

My favourite is the Angel in the sun

Thank you

Laurie


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Garlic Angel 3 years ago from Dublin Author

Hi Rayne123 thank you for visiting and I am so glad you enjoyed the paintings.

Yes the Angel is one of my favourites too.

Garlic Angel :-)

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