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Chronicle of Orange

© Elizabeth Magill. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: National Museums Northern Ireland

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Born in Ontario, Canada, Magill spent her childhood in Co. Antrim and studied at the Belfast College of Art and the Slade School in London. Influenced by the European tradition of Romantic painting, she is best known for her ability to infuse unremarkable, often suburban, landscapes with a sense of the tension she perceives between the man-made environment and the elemental forces of nature. In 'Chronicle of Orange' Magill challenges the conventional traditions of Irish landscape painting. The place and season, even the time of day or night, are blurred, so creating a sense of disorientation and unease within a familiar landscape. Since the late 1990s, she has evolved a highly distinctive manner of working which begins with marking and staining the canvas.

Ulster Museum





oil on canvas


H 153 x W 183 cm

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purchased, 2009

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