Paul Henry

Biography

A Northern painter trained in the great 19th century Realist tradition, Paul Henry is primarily a landscapist. He is often credited with having created our picture of the West of Ireland. He conveys a great sense of freedom when depicting the illimitable space topped off by his lofty, towering skies. It is, in fact, his skies with their massive cloud formations which dominate his landscapes and are the real subject.
 
Paul  Henry  RHA, RUA (1876-1958)

In the Wicklow Mountains 1925-30

Previously Sold

 

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

A Grey Day on the Bog SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Belfast Lough SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Connemara Cottages SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA, RUA (1876 - 1958)

Cottages by the Sea SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Errigal SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Lough Corrib SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Lough Mask SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Mulraney Beach SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Slievemore, Achill SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

The Bog Road SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

The Reed Bed (1949) SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA, RUA (1876-1958)

View Over the Lough SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA, RUA (1876-1958)

Village in the West SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA (1876-1958)

West of Ireland Bogland SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA, RUA (1876-1958)

Western Lakes & Mountains SOLD

Paul  Henry  RHA RUA (1876-1958)

Western Skies SOLD