Sylvester Bourke,
Outbuildings, Lower Commons.

Sylvester Bourke

Outbuildings, Lower Commons

1994.

Acrylic on board

47 x 37 cm

Purchased from Anything Goes exhibition at The Basement Gallery in 2005.

Sylvester Bourke was born in Kilkenny in 1928. He studied Architecture and Art in University College, Dublin, and Paris. He was an architect for Louth County Council and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. The flat quality of this work  coupled with a very distinctive dark palette, lend a surrealistic air to this scene of his native Dromiskin. He died in 2009.

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