Thursday, 31 May 2018

Sweet Cork of Thee (1951)


On the anniversary of Robert Gibbings death this year a piece in the Irish Times by Alannah Hopkin:
People often forget that Gibbings was Irish. Brian Lalor, author of Ink-stained Hands, the definitive history of Irish print-making, was challenged by an English academic at a conference in Dublin in 2007, who refused to believe that Gibbings was Irish, as he had produced archetypal English landscapes.

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