Tomás O'Maoldomhnaigh

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Aine Fairy Queen of Munster, Oil on Canvas, by Tomas O'Maoldomhnaigh Ainefairyqueen.jpg
Aine Fairy Queen of Munster, Oil on Canvas, by Tomás O’Maoldomhnaigh

Tomás O'Maoldomhnaigh (born 1956) is an Irish realist painter in Ennis, County Clare.

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Solo exhibitions

Public collections

Corporate collections

Art residency

2007 Selected to attend Cill Rialaig Project artist’s residency, Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry

Books


2003 The Book of Clare illustrated by Tomás (40 watercolours of County Clare)

References and sources

Notes
  1. "Exhibitions 2010". Tipperary Excel Arts and Cultural Centre. Retrieved 12 October 2011.
  2. "Gallery Guide October 2005". EventGuide.ie. 2005. Retrieved 12 January 2011.
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