James Arthur O'Connor NWS - (1792-1841) 

One of the most respected Irish landscape artists of the early 19th century, James O'Connor exemplified the fate of a number of hardworking painters whose artistic skills and successful exhibitions nevertheless failed to secure them a comfortable existence. Most of his work was in oils although he also produced a number of fine watercolours. He exhibited at both the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin and the Royal Academy in London, and his works are represented in a variety of public and private collections including: the National Gallery of Ireland, Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Nottingham Museum.

James Arthur O'Connor
James Arthur O'Connor

Blessington Lakes, County Wicklow, Signed 1834, Oil on canvas, 10 x 13", £1800

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James Arthur O'Connor
James Arthur O'Connor

Near Roundwood, County Wicklow, Signed 1834, Oil on canvas, 10 x 13", £1800

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Blessington Lake County Wicklow
Blessington Lake County Wicklow

Oil on Canvas Signed Inscribed Verso 11"x13" £1850

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James Arthur O'Connor
James Arthur O'Connor

Blessington Lakes, County Wicklow, Signed 1834, Oil on canvas, 10 x 13", £1800

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