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Gráinne Bath Enright, Baltimore Beacon
Gráinne Bath Enright, Baltimore Beacon
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Gráinne Bath Enright, Baltimore Beacon


Baltimore Beacon
Inkjet – pen on paper, printed
42.5 x 55 cm Framed
Edition 1 of 75
€352 Framed /  €108 Unframed  (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Gráinne is an Irish Artist, Designer and Illustrator based in Dublin. With a love for hand drawn detail, her work is informed by story and symbolism. Gráinne obtained a BA Hons Degree in ‘Design for Stage and Screen’ from IADT, Dún Laoghaire and worked in film and theatre before her gradual but inevitable transition, helped along by the events of 2020, to full-time artist and illustrator.

Gráinne’s fine art pieces have come to encompass her exploration of the natural world and urban environments with an enthusiasm for the connections we have to these places. She often takes her sketchbook outdoors; capturing buildings and the natural world on location which allows for a freedom in the drawing that cannot be captured in the studio. Inspired by history and folklore, the detailed marks invite you in to discover something new within the piece on each viewing.

She now works from both her Dublin studio and on location.


Postage and Collection

All postage costs for framed and unframed works are processed separately following order of the print. This is to allow for specific protective packaging for each individual case. After purchase, we will contact you to organise delivery and payment for delivery costs.

Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 during opening hours.




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