Elizabeth Brophy is an impressionistic painter and has become both a leader within this field and one of the fastest selling living artists in Ireland today. She was born in Goulburn, Australia and went on to study art at the East Sydney Technical College. In 1971 she was presented with the P & O Ship Company Art Award which allowed her to travel to Europe, it was at this time she first visited Ireland and then went on to live and paint in Portugal for 13 years. In 1993 the artist returned to Ireland and settled in Tinahealy, Co. Wicklow where she has remained.
Brophy has exhibited at the Oriel Gallery (1995), the Eight Bells Gallery, Surfers Paradise (1976-1979), Dimensions (1985-1986), the Altelier E.C Colares, Portugal (1988-1989) and in the Sheridan Gallery, Brisbane (1983-1984 and 1990).