Grace Henry HRHA  b. Peterhead, Scotland 1868 d. Dublin 1935
Flower Painting (Roses) by Grace Henry HRHA
© Estate of Grace Henry, Photograph © John Kellett/Drogheda Borough Council
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Oil on Canvas
Dimensions: 25.5 x 30.5 cm
Permanent Catalogue No. DMAC 0011
Provenance: Presented by bequest of Dr. Richard Irvine Best , 1959.

Signed: bottom right: G. Henry

Grace Henry, née Mitchell, was born in Peterhead near Aberdeen in Scotland. She studied in Brussels and in Paris. She married fellow artist, Paul Henry, in 1903. She lived for some years in Dublin and in Achill, Co. Mayo but returned to Paris to study under the Cubist painter, André Lhote. She worked for long periods in the south of France and in Italy but continued to exhibit at the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) and at other Dublin galleries seascapes, landscapes and flower paintings.

Grace Henry was elected to the Honorary Royal Hibernian Academy (HRHA) in 1949.
She died in Dublin in 1953.
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