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Art inspired by myths and monuments
Moonrise at Dowth from Island of the Setting Sun
Moonrise at Dowth by Richard Moore. This painting is featured in our book Island of the Setting Sun as the title pages for chapter 5 - 'Cosmic Circles: The Giant Rings'. Oil on paper. Price: €2,000. Click here to inquire about purchasing this painting.

About Richard Moore

Richard Moore
Boyne Valley artist Richard Moore  

Richard Moore (51) is a Drogheda-based artist who has been painting in the Boyne Valley for a quarter of a century. Working mainly in oils, acrylics and watercolour, he has his own studio at Dublin Road, Drogheda. Richard is co-author of the acclaimed book Island of the Setting Sun and his beautiful paintings adorn the opening of each chapter. He draws great inspiration from the ancient monuments and myths of the Boyne Valley, and in addition has painted many streetscapes, portraits and still life. Richard regularly receives commissions for new work, and is very popular for his 'nightscapes' - paintings executed under darkness, showing starry skies over ancient stone monuments. His work has been displayed widely and some of his paintings are owned by luminaries such as the President of Ireland and businessman Sir Anthony O'Reilly.

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Knowth stone
Knowth kerbstone by Lloyd Graham

Other artists at Mythical Ireland

A number of other artists whose work is inspired by the monuments or ancient sites and the myths and legends are featured here in the art section at Mythical Ireland. Some are motivated to paint or create art by the stories and folk legends of old, others by the monuments, and others still by the landscape and the spiritual aspects of the land.

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Perpetual Celtic Calendar
Celtic Calendar

Perpetual Celtic Calendar

Dolores Whelan, an author and spirit guide in Cooley, County Louth, has teamed up with artist Cynthia Matyi to create a beautiful Perpetual Celtic Calendar.

Dolores is author of 'Ever Ancient, Ever New - Celtic Spirituality in the 21st Century and is a guide, writer and speaker on such topics. Cynthia Matyi is an American-born artist who has been greatly influenced by ancient Celtic art.

See details of the Perpetual Celtic Calendar here.


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