Born in Dublin in 1938, Gerald Davis had his first one-man show in 1962. Throughout his career, he had over 150 solo shows. His last solo exhibition was held in Galway in 2005.
His work was shown in major group exhibitions; The Royal Hibernian Academy, Oireachtas, Watercolour Society of Ireland, Aer Rianta etc.
In 1977 he was awarded the Douglas Hyde Gold Medal by the Arts Council and he represented his country abroad on several occasions. His paintings are in many important public and private collections. He is represented in the Irish Self Portrait and Watercolour collections in Limerick University.
In 1970 he opened his own gallery in Chapel Street, Dublin where he pioneered the work of young Irish artists and craft-workers several of... read more