French Village Rooftops – 1910, Frederick O’Neill Gallagher


Impressionist village rooftops by the artist Frederick O’Neill Gallagher, who was an Irish born landscape artist who lived and worked in the small French town of Corbeil-Essonnes, which sits on the River Seine south of paris. Gallagher was inspired and heavily influenced by the French Post Impressionist movement, which is reflected in the style and technique of his landscapes.

Whilst living in France, he sent back work to London & Dublin where it is recored he exhibited a painting titled ‘The Loing at Moret’ at the Forty-Third Exhibition of Modern Pictures – New English Art Club, in 1910. Amongst the 127 artists that exhibited alongside him were John Singer Sargent, Vanessa Bell, Ambrose McEvoy, Roger Fry, Thea Proctor, and Lucien Pisarro.

His works have been offered at numerous high profile art auction houses including Christies & Barnebys London. One of his paintings titled A View Of The Seine, 1915 is in the collections of the National Museum, Ulster Belfast.

Oil on canvas, signed & dated 1910 lower right, wooden frame.

Measures including frame: 35.5cm wide, 46cm high.

Professionally cleaned by Jenny Dawson MA in conservation and Restoration of Fine Art (UK).

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 40 × 10 × 50 cm

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