James Arthur O'Connor

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James Arthur O'Connor

James O’Connor (1792-1841) was a self-taught artist, bar some short lessons from William Sadler, and came from Dublin. He worked mainly in oils and watercolours and despite struggling for much of his career, eventually established himself as a talented landscape painter.
It was in London that he found success exhibiting with the Royal Academy, the Royal Hibernian Academy, the British Institution and the Society of British Artists, of which he was a member.
Towards the end of his life he fell into poverty once more and died due to poor health. The National Gallery held a retrospective of O’Connor’s work in 1985 and the Ulster Museum did the same in 1986.

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