Alicia Boyle RBA, RHA (1908-1997), Larks Singing
Alicia Boyle produced paintings over many decades and exhibited widely in her lifetime. Born in Bangkok to Irish parents, she moved to Northern Ireland at a young age, and she later lived in England and subsequently Ireland. She exhibited widely in the UK and Ireland, including at the Royal Academy in London, at the Irish Exhibition of Living Art in the 1950 and at the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA). Her work was shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Dublin, Edinburgh, New York and London. She exhibited regularly with the Society of British Artists. Her work is now in numerous collections, including the National Gallery of Ireland, the Crawford Art Gallery, the Ulster Museum, as well as many institutions in the UK.
Dimensions (excluding frame) 69 x 89cm. Originally purchased from her studio sale, deVere's Auctioneers, September 1998.
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