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Alice Hanratty

Alice Hanratty was born in Dublin and studied painting and printmaking at the National College of Art in Dublin and at the Hornsey College of Art, London. In the late 60's she worked in Africa for two years and this was a formative influence on her work. She now lives and teaches in Dublin.

Although familiar with many printing techniques, etching is Hanratty's favoured medium. Her subjects display a variety of influences from medieval and renaissance paintings and indigenous African wood-carvings to Punch and Judy puppets.

In addition to showing work in major Irish group shows, she represented Ireland at International Impact Exhibition, Kyoto, Japan (1989); Works on Paper Group Exhibition, the Armory, New York (1992); London Original Print Fair, Royal Academy of Arts, London (1995); International Biennale of Print, Beograd, Serbia (1998); and the "Estampe" International Print Exchange, Paris (2001). Since the mid-1990s, she has frequently exhibited prints and drawings at the Royal Hibernian Academy, in both solo (2001, 02) and group shows (250 Years of Drawing, 1996; Spectrum, 1997; Millennium Exhibition, 1999; Selfportraits/Work, 2000). Recent commissions include suites of drawings
for the refurbishment of Landsdowne House, Dublin (2001) and for a new education centre
in Galway by De Blacam & Meagher Architects (2002). Her work is held in collections including
Trinity College, Dublin; the Department of the Taoiseach; the Arts Councils of Ireland and
Northern Ireland; and the state galleries of Turkey in Istanbul, and Italy in Catania.

Past Graphic Studio Gallery Exhibitions:
» 2010 10:10
» 2009 Little Christmas
» 2008 Little Christmas

Click on the thumbnails to view in full, dimensions refer to paper-size h x w [image size h x w].

All prices are for unframed work including 13.5% VAT available for sale in Graphic Studio Gallery

Snow Story,
Snow Story by Eva Bourke,
etching & spitbite
20 cm x 25 cm
Edition of 20

etching & drypoint
20 cm x 25 cm
Edition of 20

Theatre People
58 cm x 56 cm
[38 cm x 39 cm]

Handsome Youth at Public Assembly II
60 cm x 48 cm
[39 cm x 29 cm]

Handsome Youth at Public Assembly I
57 cm x 57 cm
[36 cm x 39 cm]

Athlete II
62 cm x 48 cm
[41 cm x 30 cm]