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George F. Campbell

(1917 -  1979 )
CAMPBELL George F. John Woods' Father, Inishlacken

Adams /Jun 1, 2016
250.00 - 350.00
250.00

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George F. Campbell - West Of Ireland Landscape

George F. Campbell - West Of Ireland Landscape

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George Campbell RHA (1917-1979) West of Ireland Landscape Oil on board, 14 x 19cm (5½ x 7½'') Signed and dated (19)'77; signed again with personal inscription to Marcus and Paddy verso Provenance: From the collection of the late Paddy Walsh, friend of the artist. Paddy and Maureen Walshmet Campbell in the 1940s through the artists brother Arthur Campbell. In 1946, following George Campbells first successful solo exhibition at the Victor Waddington Galleries in Dublin, Campbell began making regular trips to Dublin staying with Nano Reid in Fitzwilliam Square and with Paddy Walsh in Marino, North Dublin. The Walshs soon became part of Campbells inner circle visiting the couple in Spain, Roundstone, Virginia and Dublin. In 1966 a booklet, George Campbell RHA was published by Three Candle Press, where Paddy Walsh was employed and one year later Paddy Walsh set up Walsh Studios at his home in Marino and he collaborated with Campbell and Arthur Armstrong in publishing a folio of eight prints which were widely popular.
George F. Campbell -  Coco The Clown

George F. Campbell - Coco The Clown

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Lot 103: George Campbell RHA (1917-1979) COCO THE CLOWN Description: signed with dedication [to Martin] lower right; with Bell Gallery label on reverse Notes: Nicolai Poliakoff (1900-1974) was the creator of Coco the Clown, the most famous circus clown in Britain and Ireland in the mid 20th century , touring mainly with the Bertram Mills Circus. [ABSTRACTS] Provenance: Bell Gallery, Belfast; Private collection; Christie's, 9 May 1996, lot 137; Private collection Dimensions: h:22.50 w:12.75in. Artist or Maker: George Campbell RHA (1917-1979) Medium: oil on board
George F. Campbell - Figures In A Spanish Town Square

George F. Campbell - Figures In A Spanish Town Square

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Description: George Campbell RHA RUA (1917-1979) oil on board, Figures in a Spanish town square, signed, 17.5 x 23.5in. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.
George F. Campbell - John Woods' Father, Inishlacken

George F. Campbell - John Woods' Father, Inishlacken

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Description George Campbell RHA (1917-1979) John Woods' Father, Inishlacken 1950 Monochrome wash, 25 x 35.5cm (9¾ x 14'') Inscribed with title Exhibited: 'George Campbell and the Belfast Boys', Adam's exhibition, Summer 2015, Catalogue No. 70. Illustrated 'A Nation within a Nation' by Donagh MacDonagh Ireland of the Welcomes July - August 1962
George F. Campbell - 
Play Of Shapes I

George F. Campbell - Play Of Shapes I

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Description: George Campbell RHA (1917-1979) Play of Shapes Ioil on boardsigned lower righth:51 w:41 cm. Provenance: The Ritchie Hendriks Gallery, Dublin (label verso)Collection of Mr. P Cognon, May 1962Private CollectionGeorge Campbell was born in County Wicklow in 1917, the son ofGretta Bowen. He went to school in Dublin but following the deathof his father in 1925 the family moved to Belfast. Campbell wasworking in an aircraft factory at the time of the Belfast Blitz,and began to paint, taking the bomb-damage as his subject. He wasone of the founders of the Irish Exhibition of Living Art in 1943.With his brother Arthur, he published Now in Ulster (1944), ananthology of short stories, essays and poetry by young Belfastwriters.After the war Campbell became increasingly interested in Spain. In1946 he came to know Spaniards who had settled in Dublin, and whenin London painted visiting Spanish dancers in their traditionalcostume. He finally visited Spain in the early 1950s, encouraged byhis friendship with Gerald Dillon and "an interest in bohemiancharacters". He lived there for much of the next twenty-fiveyears.Campbell made stained glass windows for Galway Cathedral. He alsoplayed flamenco guitar. A member of the Royal Hibernian Academy, hewon the Douglas Hyde Gold Medal in 1966 and the Oireachtas Prizefor Landscape in 1969. The Spanish government made him a KnightCommander of Spain in 1978.
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