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Irish artist James Earley recently stopped by London and Dublin where he managed to paint two new pieces for the locals to enjoy.

Irish artist James Earley recently stopped by London and Dublin where he managed to paint two new pieces for the locals to enjoy.
James’ family ran a stained glass business in the centre of Dublin for over 100years, it closed in the 70s. The firm was called Earley Studios. The style he paints references to his family’s past and pays homage to Irish natural heritage.
For the piece in Dublin, the city itself is the inspiration for the piece which depicts an Irish Wolfhound, interspersed with iconic  Dublin landmarks like the Spire, Ha’Panny Bridge and Liberty Hall. London is welcoming a lovely bull which you would be able to find on the Truman Brewery Gate just off Brick Lane.
Continue reading for more images on these pieces and check back with us soon for the latest updates from James Earley.

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