Photograph of Walter Osborne (1859-1903) in his studio [at 7 St Stephen’s green, Dublin], c.1895. Osborne kept the studio from 1895 to his premature death in 1903; it was subsequently leased by John B. Yeats (1839-1922). Photograph copyright of the National Gallery of Ireland. #Archive
Guercino (1591-1666), 'The Virgin and Child', (for the Madonna del Carmine Presenting a Scapular to a Carmelite, in Cento’s Pinacoteca Civica), c.1615. Photograph copyright of the National Gallery of Ireland. Not for reproduction.
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Jack, Cottie and Hooligan outside the Cashlauna Shelmiddy studio, c.1900. Photograph copyright of the National Gallery of Ireland. Not for reproduction. #Yeats#Archive#Sketchbooks
[Sailor’s on the pier at Rosses Point, county Sligo]. [c.1900]. Possibly staff of the Sligo Steamship Navigation company, which was owned by the Pollexfens, Jack B. Yeats’s maternal grandparents. #Yeats#Archive.Photograph copyright of the National Gallery of Ireland. Not for reproduction.
184 days ago via site
The A.B.C of Piracy by Jack B. Yeats. Handmade volume (6 x 4 cm), 28 leaves, with frontispiece watercolour and ink drawing (Theodore on the Pebbly beach). Each following page bears a sequential letter of the alphabet and a word relating to piracy, with small ink illustrations. Yeats was fascinated by pirate stories and wrote several miniature theatre plays for children based on the piracy theme. #Yeats#Archive