Dundahlin Ruins – Kilbaha
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13″(33cm) x 13″(33cm) – measurements include the frame –
The deliberate and confident brush strokes of renowned Irish artist Kaye Maahs.
The ruins at Dundahlin, a field in the village of Kilbaha, have huge historical significance to the people of Loop Head as it was once the holiday home of the landlord of the period, Marcus Keane. Visible from the village, it has become a beautiful but poignant reminder of the past – incredibly depicted in oils by Maahs. This painting is a beautiful piece to own.
Her handling of oils is nothing short of magical; pulling together light, shade, shape and form in a clever and seemingly subtle way and produces such a brilliant impact
Kaye is an award-winning artist, who is regularly invited to take part in the RHA Annual Exhibition. Having received many bursaries and residencies, and exhibited many times, nationally and internationally, Maahs has spent many years honing her craft, to become one of Ireland’s more interesting contemporary artists. Kaye has work hanging in private collections in Ireland and around the world.
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