(mid 18th century)
George Mullins was active/lived in Ireland. George Mullins is known for classical landscape, portrait and animal painting.
Biography George Mullins
George Mullins (fl.1763-75)
One of an emerging group of native Irish landscape artists - the others comprising Thomas Roberts (1749-78), his brother Thomas Sautelle Roberts (c.1760-1826), Corkman Nathaniel Grogan (c.1740-1807) and William Ashford (1746-1824) - George Mullins was a classical landscape painter, as well as an occasional portraitist and animalier.
Born in Dublin and educated at the Royal Dublin Society art schools in the mid 1750s, he worked initially in a Waterford factory, hand-painting snuff-boxes, after which he returned to the capital where he won several Society awards both for landscape and history painting, during the 1760s.
During this period he also exhibited with the Society of Artists in Dublin
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