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Biographical details:

Tighe O’Donoghue, aka O’Donoghue Ross. (Born 15th April 1942 in NYC) BFA/MFA from New York University, graduated magna cum laude. Living in county Kerry for over twenty years. Tighe is of the line of The O’Donoghue Mor, Princes of Lough Leine, a line thought to be extinct until yDNA evidence proved otherwise. He is a highly respected, pre-eminent artist in the country, the patriarch of a dynasty of artists, including his son and daughters, brother and sister. Described as "the most talented printmaker working in Ireland today" by Mike Murphy on his RTE Arts Show some years ago, Tighe is noted for his ‘Sculpture Road to Killarney’, including the commanding Capall Mor (The O’Donoghue’s Great White Horse) dominating the skyline along the new N22 near the Kerry/Cork county bounds and the huge bronze of St. Brendan the Navigator atop Samphire Island at Fenit Harbour in Kerry. See www.odonoghueross.com.

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