The Singing Horseman Art Print
Yeats painted prolifically in the last two decades of his life and his paintings became increasingly visionary and ethereal. He remained sensitive to the hardships, suffering and loneliness endured by many people, and often addressed such subjects in his painting. However he also sought to communicate through his work positive heightened emotion, and revelled in the transformative and uplifting power of music and other forms of expression. In this, one of Yeats’s most jubilant paintings, a young man on a large, restless horse, clasps his hands together, casts his head back and sings aloud to the heavens.
National Gallery of Ireland Art Prints are the perfect way to have your own masterpiece. Printed on high quality 240gsm Satin paper using Epson Ultrachrome Archival inks, each print have a stated light fastness and image permanence of up to, at least 75 years. In order to preserve the image and prevent unnecessary fading, the print should not be exposed to direct sunlight and its UV rays.
All prints have the title and artist's name printed at the bottom of each reproduction.
Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm (including white border)
Original Painting Information
Jack B. Yeats, Irish, 1871-1957
The Singing Horseman, 1949
Oil on canvas, 61.4 x 92 cm
Bequeathed, Máire MacNeill Sweeney, 1987
© Estate of Jack B Yeats, DACS London/ IVARO Dublin