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Margaret Nolan

Bio

Margaret nolan is originally from Dublin, but moved to galway in the mid 80s. She is a fine art painter, producing both personal and commercial art. She is very interested in the urban landscape and loves buildings, architecture and the hustle and bustle of street life. In her pieces she likes to move buildings to challenge the viewer and cause them to wonder: 'Is that really where it should be?' In doing this she attempts to make the public more appreciative of their surroundings. Margaret is most influenced by the Mexican muralists,such as Diago Riviera an artist whose work can be seen all over South America, depicting the life and colour of that time.

All images are limited to 150 pieces and are issued with a certificate signed by the artist and by the gallery


Spanish Arch

The Spanish Arch is one of Galway's most popular landmarks. It is painted in a very realistic way with a few buildings moved around to add a little curiosity. The swan and the seagull seem to sit for Margaret as if they are having their portraits painted!

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the Latin Quarter

This painting of Quay st and Cross st depicts the hustle and bustle of Galway's Latin Quarter. People wonder around the lively, vibrant streets of the area. In moving Galway Cathedral and St Nicholas' Church into the painting the whole city is brought together.

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Neachtains The Latin Quarter

This painting depicts one of the more well known drinking haunts in galway. It is again painted in a very realistic manner, but has buildings moved from other parts of town: The hanging door at saint Nicholas' and the clock tower.

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