Henry McGrane

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Henry McGrane is an artist inspired by nature. This is reflected by his many scenes of rural life. His landscapes of cattle grazing capture the peace and tranquility that reflects well with the rich landscapes and lush pastures of his homeland in Co. Meath. His keen powers of observation and imagination can capture many rural scenes that are fast disappearing; yet he has managed to capture them in his paintings.

Born in 1969, Henry started his successful career, having studied art in Dun Laoghaire College of Art and Design. He started working with O’Sullivan Bluth Animation in Dublin. He went to Phoenix, Arizona in 1995, where he worked for 20th Century Fox Studios. He furthered his career whilst in Arizona by studying oil painting under the tuition of renowned American artists such as Josjua Fallik and Diane Leonard.

Henry returned to Ireland to establish himself as a traditional artist and has had many successful exhibitions in high end galleries such as Sol Art Gallery and The Royal Hibernian Academy. Corporations like Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank, FBD and The Department of Agriculture collect his art.

Henry has gradually made a name for himself in art circles in Ireland, United Kingdom and United States, where his paintings are much sought after.

For the past fifteen years of tutoring with his pupils Henry has gained an intense understanding of painting from observation with oils and acrylics.

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