Ups and Downs
by David Coyne

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29.5"(75cm) x 29.5"(75cm)

1,050.00

In stock

29.5″(75cm) x 29.5″(75cm) – measurements include the frame

The West of Ireland is known for its wonderful fishing. Fishing boats, bright and colourful, bopping up and down on the choppy waters, depicted here in oils by the supremely talented David Coyne.

David is famous for his striking colour palettes. A hugely popular contemporary artist, he has work hanging in private collections all over Ireland and internationally. Painting deftly with a palette knife, his vibrant colour palettes and highly competent hand make for extraordinary pieces of art.

A very interesting, exciting, and collectable artist.

Irish Contemporary Art – Atlantic Gateway – Oils – Palette knife – Oil on Board – Professionally Framed – Collectable Artist

 

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