Francis J O'Donohoe
(1878 - 1911)
Francis J O'Donohoe was active/lived in Ireland.
Francis O'Donohoe was born at 40 Cuffe Street, Dublin. At the age of 11
he became a pupil in the Metropolitan School of Art under James Brenan.
He was twice awarded the national bronze medal, and at the age of 16
obtained second place for drawing. In 1896 he was sent to attend a
special course at South Kensington. As a student in the Royal Hibernian
Academy he was likewise successful, carrying off the first prize for
drawing and painting two years in succession. He afterwards went to
Paris and studied in the Académie Julien under Benjamin Constant.
Returning to Dublin he was appointed Art Master in the City of Dublin
Technical Schools. He began to exhibit in the Royal Hibernian Academy in
1899 and was elected an Associat ... Displaying 750 of 1497 characters.