‘Crossing the Rapido VII’ is one of a series of explorations by O’Donoghue of the personal and the universal, combining the artist’s father’s history of war in Italy in 1940 with age-old depictions of battle and struggle and Christian religious imagery from the tradition of Michelangelo, Titian and Rubens.
|Medium||Oil on aluminium panel in three parts with inkjet on gampi tissue|
|Dimensions||245 x 198 cm each|
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Heritage Gift, 2004|
|Not on view|
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