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Oliver Sheppard RHA (10 April 1865 – 14 September 1941) was an Irish sculptor, most famous for his 1911 bronze statue of the mythical Cuchullain dying in battle. Sheppard was born at Old Town, Cookstown, County Tyrone, to Simpson Sheppard, a sculptor, and Ellen White, of Ormond Quay, Dublin. Sheppard was based in Dublin for almost all of his life, having travelled widely across Europe. His wife Rosie died in 1931, with whom he had several children.
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Sculptor Oliver Sheppard was born in 1865, into a Protestant family, in. .The bust was cast by the Irish sculptor Oliver Sheppard.
Sculptor Oliver Sheppard was born in 1865, into a Protestant family, in Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. His family moved to Dublin where he studied with the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art (DMSA) from 1884-1888. The monument was erected to commemorate the memory of Major Willie Redmond, a native of Ballytrent, County Wexford, who was killied in action at Messines Ridge on the Western Front on 7 June 1917.
Irish sculptor Oliver Sheppard is best known for his bronze sculpture idealizing the Irish . All were closely connected to the Celtic Revival
Irish sculptor Oliver Sheppard is best known for his bronze sculpture idealizing the Irish struggle for independence. His most notable works include the Death of Cuchulainn, 1911 (GPO, Dublin), The Wexford Pikeman, 1905 (Wexford town) and statue of the poet, James Clarence Mangan, 1909 (Stephen's Green, Dublin). All were closely connected to the Celtic Revival. MORE ABOUT SCULPTURE For more facts, see: Plastic Art. For more about arts in Ireland see: Irish Art Questions. WORLD'S BEST SCULPTORS For a list of the world's best ever artists, see: Greatest Sculptors. MODERN SCULPTURE For a list of modern artists see: 20th Century Sculptors.
The sculpture of Oliver Sheppard represents a period of important cultural and political change in Ireland. This work describes his education, his teaching career, and his clay modeling in the Romantic- Realist style of French and British sculpture of the late 19th century, and discusses themes in his work.
The sculpture of Oliver Sheppard represented this - from the Celtic Revival to the Irish Free State
The sculpture of Oliver Sheppard represented this - from the Celtic Revival to the Irish Free State. He was born into an artisan sculptor's family and grew up in Dublin's northside. He began his studies at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art and continued in London (under Edouard Lanteri) and in Paris. Sheppard's sensitive clay modelling was in the Romantic-Realist style of French and British sculpture of the late 19th century and he excelled in the subtle modelling of the body and in describing character.
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