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Pieces of publicity and behind the scenes photographs to do with Artist Nuala Holloway
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional media coverage in Westmeath's Athlone Advertiser on 23 March 2012 when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011 #BarackObama #IrishArt #JeanieJohnston #FamineShip

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional media coverage in Westmeath's Athlone Advertiser on 23 March 2012 when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011 #BarackObama #IrishArt #JeanieJohnston #FamineShip

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Westmeath Topic of Nuala's "Inspirations" exhibition at Tuar Ard, Moate, Co. Westmeath in September 2006. The exhibition was launched by local historian Vera Hughes and artist and writer Don Conroy. #Artist #IrishArt #NualaHolloway

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Westmeath Topic of Nuala's "Inspirations" exhibition at Tuar Ard, Moate, Co. Westmeath in September 2006. The exhibition was launched by local historian Vera Hughes and artist and writer Don Conroy. #Artist #IrishArt #NualaHolloway

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Southside People of Nuala's "Reflections" exhibition at Airfield House, Dundrum in December 2007. The exhibition was launched by writer and senator Eoghan Harris. www.nualaholloway.com #IrishArtist #NualaHolloway #IrishArt #Artist

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Southside People of Nuala's "Reflections" exhibition at Airfield House, Dundrum in December 2007. The exhibition was launched by writer and senator Eoghan Harris. www.nualaholloway.com #IrishArtist #NualaHolloway #IrishArt #Artist

FROM THE ARCHIVES:  Regional media coverage in the Westmeath Independent when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011 #IrishArt #BarackObama #NualaHolloway #Letter #USPresident

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional media coverage in the Westmeath Independent when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011 #IrishArt #BarackObama #NualaHolloway #Letter #USPresident

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Dun Laoghaire Gazette from Nuala Holloway's 'Reflections' exhibition, held at Airfield House, Dundrum, Co. Dublin in December 2007 and launched by journalist and Senator Eoghan Harris who in his speech called Nuala "the Nigella Lawson of Irish Art", referring to the "sexiness" and "energy" of her work.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional coverage in the Dun Laoghaire Gazette from Nuala Holloway's 'Reflections' exhibition, held at Airfield House, Dundrum, Co. Dublin in December 2007 and launched by journalist and Senator Eoghan Harris who in his speech called Nuala "the Nigella Lawson of Irish Art", referring to the "sexiness" and "energy" of her work.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National coverage in the Sunday Independent from Nuala Holloway's 'Reflections' exhibition, held at Airfield House, Dundrum, Co. Dublin in December 2007 and launched by journalist and Senator Eoghan Harris who in his speech called Nuala "the Nigella Lawson of Irish Art", referring to the "sexiness" and "energy" of her work.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National coverage in the Sunday Independent from Nuala Holloway's 'Reflections' exhibition, held at Airfield House, Dundrum, Co. Dublin in December 2007 and launched by journalist and Senator Eoghan Harris who in his speech called Nuala "the Nigella Lawson of Irish Art", referring to the "sexiness" and "energy" of her work.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional media coverage in Westmeath's Athlone Advertiser on 23 March 2012 about Nuala Holloway's life and career as an artist, teacher, model, actress and former Miss Ireland. The article also draws attention to the letter of thanks Nuala received from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in…

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Regional media coverage in Westmeath's Athlone Advertiser on 23 March 2012 about Nuala Holloway's life and career as an artist, teacher, model, actress and former Miss Ireland. The article also draws attention to the letter of thanks Nuala received from US President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the US Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the US President on his first official state visit to Ireland in…

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in Ireland's The Irish Times on 11 April 2012 when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from U.S. President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the U.S. President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011. #IrishArt #BarackObama #JeanieJohnston #NualaHolloway

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in Ireland's The Irish Times on 11 April 2012 when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from U.S. President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the U.S. President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011. #IrishArt #BarackObama #JeanieJohnston #NualaHolloway

Nuala Holloway on set to chat about her life and career as an artist and secondary school teacher and former model, actress and Miss Ireland. The broadcast took place for 'Comhrá' on Irish TV station TG4, ON 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm #IrishArtist #IrishModel #Irish

Nuala Holloway on set to chat about her life and career as an artist and secondary school teacher and former model, actress and Miss Ireland. The broadcast took place for 'Comhrá' on Irish TV station ON 19 November 2015 at

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career as a teacher, model, actress, former Miss Ireland and artist. #IrishArtist #NualaHolloway #MissIreland

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career as a teacher, model, actress, former Miss Ireland and artist. #IrishArtist #NualaHolloway #MissIreland

Nuala Holloway representing Ireland at the Miss International Pageant in Okinawa, Japan 1975 - Her first TV interview will take place on 19 November 2015 on 'Comhrá' on Ireland's TG4 where she will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career as a teacher, actress, model, former Miss Ireland and artist! #MissIreland #Ireland #MissInternational

Nuala Holloway representing Ireland at the Miss International Pageant in Okinawa, Japan 1975 - Her first TV interview will take place on 19 November 2015 on 'Comhrá' on Ireland's TG4 where she will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career as a teacher, actress, model, former Miss Ireland and artist! #MissIreland #Ireland #MissInternational

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in Ireland's Sunday Independent on 29 May 2011 when my Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland. #BarackObama #JeanieJohnston #IrishArt #TallShips #OilPainting #Maritime #Ireland

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in Ireland's Sunday Independent on 29 May 2011 when my Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland. #BarackObama #JeanieJohnston #IrishArt #TallShips #OilPainting #Maritime #Ireland

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Local media coverage in the Westmeath Independent on 23 May 2015. "Inquisition" with Nuala Holloway (Compiled by Deirdre Verney). An interview about Nuala's life and career as a teacher, model, actress and artist.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Local media coverage in the Westmeath Independent on 23 May "Inquisition" with Nuala Holloway (Compiled by Deirdre Verney). An interview about Nuala's life and career as a teacher, model, actress and artist.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in the Irish Examiner on 23 May 2011 when Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" by Nuala Holloway was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National media coverage in the Irish Examiner on 23 May 2011 when Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" by Nuala Holloway was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland.

The Sienese painter Duccio di Buoninsegna's painting of the "Maesta" was carried through the streets of Siena in 1311 before being placed on the main altar in the Cathedral. Here "An Allegory of Italian Men" (Oil on Canvas) by artist Nuala Holloway is being carried through the streets of Florence before reaching the Palazzo Strozzi

The Sienese painter Duccio di Buoninsegna's painting of the "Maesta" was carried through the streets of Siena in 1311 before being placed on the main altar in the Cathedral. Here "An Allegory of Italian Men" (Oil on Canvas) by artist Nuala Holloway is being carried through the streets of Florence before reaching the Palazzo Strozzi