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Jim Fitzpatricks Celtic art
February 26, 2002 7:00 AM   Subscribe

Jim Fitzpatricks Celtic art is pretty nice to look at, and unlike the otherwise excellent Boris Vallejo website, all content is free to download. Also check out his assertion that he produced one of the more famous Che Guevara posters which has an interesting (typically irish) story as to how it went down in Ireland.
posted by kev23f (5 comments total)

 
Pat Fish does great Celtic tattoo art.
posted by tomorama at 9:15 AM on February 26, 2002


thanks for the link!
posted by thekorruptor at 10:09 AM on February 26, 2002


He does some incredibly beautiful work. I could spend hours going through his website. I only wish I could afford some of the originals, but, for the moment, I will have to settle for his portfolios and books.

I had the chance to meet with Jim when I was in Ireland back in '87 ( after the '87 WorldCon in Brighton ) and he was a very gracious host.

Because I had been collecting his artwork for over a decade, it was a great thrill to meet him. It was an even greater thrill, because a week earlier, when I was in a bookstore in Brighton, a friend of mine pointed out a copy of his rarest portfolio ( and one of the two I didn't have ) at the bookstore. I was able to have him autograph it when I saw him. I'll never sell it.
posted by dragonmage at 10:30 AM on February 26, 2002


How very lovely. His artwork reminds me of Mucha with a
strong Celtic sensibility. Thanks for the great link.
posted by Lynsey at 10:17 PM on February 26, 2002


Oops. Sorry, forgot to provide context for Mucha.
posted by Lynsey at 10:21 PM on February 26, 2002


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