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Barrie Cooke & Seamus Heaney, Guttural Muse and In the Boathouse (2009)

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Guttural Muse and In the Boathouse, 2009

Colour Intaglio limited edition print, handprinted on Moulin de Gue paper

76.5cms x 58cms from two plates

Published by IMMA Editions in association with Stoney Road Press

Signed and numbered by artist and writer

Edition of 40 pairs (numbers not matching)

Beautifully framed in walnut Frames by the Frame Foundry

Framed with non reflective and fade resistant glass

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Specially commissioned by IMMA, this beautiful pair of prints by English-born artist, Barrie Cooke, and Irish Poet and Nobel Laureate, Seamus Heaney was created to coincide with the celebration of Seamus Heaney's 70th birthday and Artists / Heaney / Books: An Exhibition at IMMA in 2009


Born in Cheshire, England in 1931, Barrie Cooke studied Art History at Harvard University. He has exhibited widely throughout Europe, the US and Canada. Solo exhibitions include Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, 1992; LAC, Perpignan, France, 1995; RHA Gallery, Dublin, 1995; Kerlin Gallery, Dublin 2007 and the Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, 2009. His work is held in many museum collections including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Ulster Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and the Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague

Seamus Heaney was born in 1939 near Castledawson, Co. Derry. He won a scholarship to St. Columb's College in Derry and later attended Queen's University, Belfast where his first books of poems were written. He was a teacher in Belfast from the 1960s and has since held many positions including Professor of Poetry at Oxford and Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory at Harvard University. A Saoi of Aosdána, he is one of the most admired and popular writers of our time. Best known for his poetry, his works also include plays, translations and essays. Among his many achievements is the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995.