James Joyce the Pluralist

James Joyce the Pluralist.
MMXV -11 completed 07.02.2015.
Watercolour 50 x 40 cm. On canvas.
SOLD - On its way to London.

James Joyce the Pluralist.
MMXV -1 completed 07.02.2015.
Watercolour 50 x 40 cm. On canvas.
SOLD - On its way to London.

This is a watercolour painting, in the style popularized by Andy Warhol, taken from a photograph of James Joyce (1882-1941) in Paris in 1920 at the door of the famous bookshop, Shakespeare and Company on the Rue de lOdeon. owned by Joyce's friend, the American, Sylvia Beach. She was a patron and the first publisher of "Ulysses". 

At this time, while constantly short of funds, Joyce had started to dress in a dandified fashion. 

This original painting is based on that photograph.

Photography PrintsPhotography Prints

Artwork pdf.


  1. There is a great herbal man called Dr voodoo who can cure Hepatitis B virus and other deadly diseases with the use of natural herbs to cure Hepatitis B virus problems. He is from Africa and he is a great doctor and he can also cure you as well if you are have the problem And other deadly disease and here is email address voodoospelltemple66@gmail.com or Whatsapp +2348140120719 HERPES CURE,CANCER CURE,HIV/AIDS CURE,HPV CURE

  2. HOW TO GET YOUR EX LOVER BACK & HOW I GOT MY EX LOVER. BACK I want to thank Dr Omokpo for saving my marriage. My husband treated me badly and left home for almost 3 month this got me sick and confused. Then I told my friend about how my husband has changed towards me. Then he told me to contact: {dromokpo@gmail.com}that he will help me bring my husband back to being a good man. That this great man helped her too.

    Then I contacted him after 3 days of casting the spell my husband came back home and I forgive him and today we are living in joy and happiness If you are going through any relationship stress or broken marriage situation and you want your Ex lover, Ex boyfriend, Ex girlfriend or Divorced husband or wife back you reach him via: dromokpo@gmail.com


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Kilfenora, The Burren, Co Clare

Bloomsday 2018

Irish Literature: What Makes Irish Writers So Good?