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Born in Northern Ireland, Janet Graham has built a reputation for being one of the most collectable of the North-West artists. In early years her work was strongly influenced by close artistic friendships with painters such as Lawson Burch and Stephen McKenna PPRHA. 

Her landscape exhibition "Disappearing Landscape" which was opened by Professor Anne Crookshank, received much attention and was the subject of a BBC documentary. In recent years, her painting has developed a more painterly abstract style. She works from her studio in Donegal, Ireland and has exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions. Her work is held in collections in Europe, the USA and Japan.

Work is currently available from;

Ross Fine Art Gallery, Ramelton, Co. Donegal

Mill Cove Gallery,  Kenmare, Co. Kerry

1608 Gallery, Bushmills, Co. Antrim

The Whitehouse Gallery, Dumfries, Scotland

The Wykeham Gallery, Hampshire, England

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