The Hay Rope by Irene Woods


This lovely scene could be replicated in Ireland during the fifties and sixties before mechanisation took over. The hay once gathered from the fields was built into a Haycock or stook – depending on where you are in the county and a rope was made from the hay and used to anchor it to the ground. This particular scene is very personal to Helen as it is taken from an old black and white photograph of her Dad, her Grandad and the man who use work on her family farm in the sixties.

Description : High Quality Watercolour Giclee prints of original oil on canvas works by Artist Irene Woods

Dimensions:  41cm x 36 cm (16in x 14in)  including mount (mount 6.5cm/2.5 inches)

Price:  70.00 euro – includes post and packaging to Ireland, Europe or USA – registered post will be extra and we can offer this service on an individual basis – please contact us for details.


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Profile of the Artist Irene Woods:

An established artist who specialises in landscape paintings, and is inspired by the countryside and the beauty of nature. Irene paints well observed compositions of animals, mostly sheep and horses and these works are always in popular demand. Irene works both to commissions and as a freelance.

Commissions have come from the International Fund for Ireland, Louth Co. Council, Irish Farmers Association and Louth Leader.

As well as Castlewood House, her paintings are now included in the public and private collections in Ireland, UK, France, Belgium, Canada and the USA.