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Seamus O'Colmain

Seamus O Colmain was born in Dublin in 1925. He attended the National College of Art and Design in Dublin in addition to studying in Paris for a period.

O Colmain was a streetscape and portrait painter who focused particularly on everyday scenes of Dublin life. He was the Vice-President of the United Arts Club and a committee member of the Irish Branch of International Committee of Art for the Handicapped. He also worked for a time as a remedial art teacher. He died in 1990.

Seamus O Colmain had several successful exhibitions at the David Hendricks Gallery, Ritchie Hendricks Gallery, the Oriel Gallery and Lincoln Gallery. He also participated in numerous RHA Annual Exhibitions, Oireachtas and Irish Exhibitions of Living Art.

His work is included in the collections of the Arts Council of Ireland, Queen's University, Belfast and Waterford Municipal Art Gallery.

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Art Description

Title: Coalman
Artist: Seamus O'Colmain
Size: 5" X 3 1/2"
Price: POA
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Harbour Scene
Merchants Quay, Dublin
The Liffey, Dublin
Achill Island
Metal Bridge, Dublin
Old Dublin Shop
Fruit & Veg Seller Rosie
Grafton Street
Four courts, Dublin
The artist's wife
Currach Boat
Fun palace, Burgh Quay, Dublin
Five Christmas postcards
Quiet pint in the Libertys, Dublin
Street Scene
Portrait of his second wife
Sherkin Island, Co Cork
Bally Rubie
Dublin night watch man
Dublin flower seller
The balloon seller in Dublin
South William Street
Wire ropes LTD, Wicklow
Bride street
Madonna & child
Connemara cottage
Celtic warriors
Leeson Street
Dublin church scene
Stone wall, Wicklow
Roundstone harbour, Galway
Interior with figures
Six mile beach, Co Wicklow
Interior abstract
GPO and Nelson Pillar, Dublin - Wash drawing
Christchurch  - Wash drawing
Dublin Scene
In Libertys, Dublin
Old Doorway, Dublin
Abstract Dublin
Market Day, Clifden, Galway
View of St Patricks
West of Ireland scene
Pint of Plain
Mountain scene, West of Ireland
Church Ruins, Kerry
View of St Audeons Church
St Georges church and Temple street hospital
Ancient Celtic stone
Capel street bridge, Dublin
Four courts Dublin