Noted local and national artist Lady Coralie Kinahan has produced a limited edition series of prints for the Castle Upton Gallery. They include well known Belfast landmarks and Northern Irish scenes, including White Park Bay, Belfast Harbour, Counties Fermanagh and Tyrone and a view of a patrol on the Black Mountain overlooking Belfast. Also available are a series of dynamic and colourful hunting prints, reflecting the artist's love of the hunt which she has enjoyed for many years.
Coralie de Burgh Kinahan has painted since she was six years old specialising as a child in pen and ink illustrations for pony stories.
Aged 20 she had her first full length portrait hung 'on the line' in the Royal Academy, and for four successive years she exhibited in the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.
She has had exhibitions in Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, Wexford, Galway and London. Her work is in the collection of the Ulster Museum, the Imperial Museum and the Ulster Defence Regiment.
Coralie is a diploma member of the Ulster Society of Women Artists and the Ulster Society of Watercolour Artists, as well as an author of historical novels and memoirs.
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