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Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art
Irish Writers on Art More than fifty acclaimed Irish novelists, playwrights and poets have selected pictures from the National Gallery of Ireland as setting-off points to explore ideas and tell stories about art, love, loss, family, dreams, memory, places and privacy. The artworks and the literary responses to them are wonderfully vibrant in their diversity.
Artist William Leech
Author Editor Janet McLean
Dimensions 16.3 x 2.8 x 23.6 cm
Genre Anthology
Material Hardback
Publication Year 41883

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Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art

A book of short stories and poems by Irish writers each inspired by a piece in the National Gallery collection.
  • €24.95
  • Ex Tax: €24.95

Tags: William Leech, Editor Janet McLean, Anthology, Thames and Hudson

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