On Wednesday 23rd of January Form II art pupils spent the morning at the Hugh Lane Art Gallery. Under the expert care of artist Frances Coghlan they undertook a study of four paintings from The Gallery's collection. After their tour they were guided to the education studio where they produced their own paintings. This work was loosely based on what the pupils had viewed earlier in the morning. The four paintings they looked at in the Gallery were Waterloo Bridge by Claude Monet, Tea in the Garden by Walter Osborne , There is No Night by Jack B. Yeats and Evening Malahide by Nathaniel Hone.
Over the next few days examples of pupils' work from the workshop will be posted.
|Waterloo Bridge by Claude Monet|
|Tea in the Garden by Walter Osborne|
|There is No Night by Jack B. Yeats|
|Evening Malahide by Nathaniel Hone.|