Henry McLaughlin International Artist, immigrated to Western Australia with Margaret and their two sons in 1969 from their native country Antrim in Northern Ireland.
Henry’s talents were obvious at an early age, and throughout his childhood he derived great pleasure in sketching and capturing on paper the natural beauty of the Antrim Hills and coastline.
At the age of 26, Henry began to paint seriously, and discovered his true mediums were in both oils and watercolours.
Henry’s skill has been fine-tuned over the years and now includes works in acrylic, oils and watercolours.
His style in fine and detailed, yet rugged, and has been described by many as having a illustrative Streeton-like quality, as seen in many of the outstanding works produced today.
Wylde’s Australian Art has been representing Henry for 20 years.
PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS –
Sell-out Exhibition Art Gallery “Rembrandt: in Rotterdam Holland.
Numerous Galleries throughout Ireland.
Colonial Art Centre.
Mentone Galleries in Victoria
Academy Arts in New South Wales.
“The Barn” in South Australia.
Commonwealth Bank in Perth.
The Police Collection, Police Headquarters Perth