Paintings by Brendan Campbell, Irish artist.
The paintings of Brendan Campbell


Brendan Campbell is an Irish painter who lives and works in Dalkey, County Dublin. He trained in Belfast under the well-known Ulster artists Neil Shawcross and David Crone and completed his studies in Manchester Art College, England and University College, Dublin. His work has been exhibited in both Ireland and Britain in solo and group shows and also in public exhibitions such as the Royal Hibernian Academy Exhibition in Dublin. His paintings are in private collections in Ireland, Britain, the United States and Japan.

Campbell's work. which celebrates contemporary urban life, frequently reflects his considerable interest in art history and is influenced by Impressionist, Orientalist and other pre-modern styles as well as drawing inspiration from the Scottish Colourists Fergusson, Peploe and Cadell, and neo-Fauves such as Raoul Dufy and Andre Derain. He is represented by several Dublin galleries including Dalkey Arts and Deborah and Denise Donnelly's gallery in Francis Street, Dublin. He is married to the painter and poet Kate Campbell.

Brunch at the 'In' 2007
Castlemews, Dalkey 2007
Wet Day, Docklands 2007
DailyBread 2007
Down to The Club 2007
FlorenceAndTheArno 2007
Cycling Through 2007
Wine Not 2007
NearlyOnTime 2007
I'll be delayed 2007
Private Conversation 2007
Finnegans 2007
The Choice 2007
The Bag Market 2007
Street Market 2007