Eamonn O’Doherty: Linoblock Trees 1976 – FRAMED


O’Doherty is primarily known as a sculptor in Ireland – and is well known for his Crann an Ór (Tree of Gold) commission for the Dame Street Plaza for the Central Bank of Ireland.

In fact the tree became part of the logo for the Central Bank of Ireland. These three trees were made in a tiny edition many years earlier. They contain the vibrant palette that O’Doherty often used in his fine art hand made prints. Many of these were made to raise funds for Graphic Studio Dublin (where Eamonn made woodblocks in his early career)  in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Eamonn O’Doherty

Eamonn O’Doherty is best known for his large-scale public sculptures which stand in Ireland, UK and USA. Among these are landmark works such as the ‘Crann an Óir (Tree of Gold)’ in Central Bank Plaza in Dublin, the quincentennial sculpture in Eyre Square Galway and the ‘The Great Hunger Memorial’ in Westchester, New York. O’Doherty was also a skilled printmaker, painter and photographer. In a parallel career, O’Doherty graduated with a degree in Architecture in UCD and was awarded a Visiting Scholarship to Harvard University. He was for many years a Senior Lecturer in Architecture in DIT and decided to retire to make art full time in 2002.

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Eamonn O'Doherty


Linoblock on fine Japanese Paper



Image Size

30.5cm x 23cm

Paper Size

50.5cm x 38cm