Frank Feld was an acclaimed Irish artist based in Dublin. He had exhibited extensively throughout his native city. In particular at the R.H.A. and throughout Ireland mainly in the West.
Corporate collectors include Allied Irish Bank and Bank Of Ireland as well as numerous Hotels Pubs and Restaurants dotted around the Country.
The Christian Brothers Colleges had commissioned a significant body of work from Frank down through the years.
Feld spent around 8 months of every years for 20 years in the West of Ireland where he fell in love with the magical beauty of the place and it's people.
Royal Hospital Donnybrook. 1975. opened by President O'Dhulaigh.
St. Michael's School. Blackrock. 1980. opened by Bishop Kavanagh. Auxiliary Bishop of Dublin.
Tullamore. 1998. Sponsored by Statoil and opened by Senator Gallagher.
Among many of Franks generous contributions towards charities was a painting which was auctioned at La Stampa Restaurant in Dublin 2001, for The Tiger Trust. the hammer price €4,000.00.
In the latter years of his life Frank exhibited here at The Green Gallery. Dublin.
We have in our collection a limited amount of Franks prints and rare originals.