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Dan O'Neill, the son a Belfast electrician, took life classes at the Belfast College of Art and worked for a short period in the studio of fellow Belfast artist Sidney Smith. The advent of his painting career coincided with the outbreak of the Second World War; after the 1941 blitz of Belfast he took to salvaging wood and experimenting with wood carving.
This image of West Belfast features the distinctive twin spires of St Peter's Cathedral and the Conway Mill.
oil on board
H 35.5 x W 45.7 cm
gift from the Haverty Trust