Edith Collier’s Bunmahon
Edith Collier’s Bunmahon Heritage Society is dedicated to preserving and promoting the legacy left in Bunmahon by the New Zealand
born 20th century modernist painter Edith Collier.
2015 marked 100 years since the progressive New Zealand born artist Edith Collier and a group of her contemporaries spent the summer sketching and painting in Bunmahon and the surrounding area.
Edith Marion Collier
(28 March 1885 – 12 December 1964)
Wanganui, New Zealand.
A 20th century Modernist painter.
Bunmahon, also known as Bonmahon, is a coastal village in County Waterford, Ireland, at the mouth of the River Mahon at the heart of what is now The Copper Coast.
Bunmahon, (Bún Machan) lies in the townland of Templeyvrick (Teampall Uí Bhric) in the district of Kilmacthomas in the province of Munster.
By the kind permission of The Sarjeant Gallery, Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui, New Zealand,
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, Tongarewa, New Zealand, and
The Edith Collier Trust, Whanganui, New Zealand.
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© Edith Collier’s Bunmahon Heritage Society 2015