Louise Mansfield, Louise Mansfield Artist, Oil Paintings

By: Irish Paintings  05/12/2011
Keywords: paintings, art gallery, Oil Paintings

Louise Mansfield at the Waldock Art Gallery in Dublin, Ireland

Louise has been painting since early childhood and has developed her own distinctive style. She uses her interest in people  as inspiration for her work. Beach scenes of girls walking on a beach in Cape Cod, old men sharing a memory in the South of France, a pub scene in the Yorkshire Dales, England, or a horse fair in Killarney, Ireland. Her paintings of children on the beach and ballerinas are still a best seller, and are ideally suited to interior design and modern home decor.

"At school I was terrible at maths, but I got an honours in art", she once told us

Equipped with her palette knife and her fondness for colour her paintings are full of energy and atmosphere. They all have a common bond, a sense of humanity.

Keywords: art gallery, Oil Paintings, paintings

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