This bust is in the garden of Glebe House, the Irish home of the artist Derek Hill. It has weathered with the years and the changing seasons but the beauty of the youth still remains.
Glebe House and Gallery near Letterkenny, Co Donegal, is well worth a visit by anyone who loves art. Near Lake Gartan, the house itself was built in 1828 and is a Regency House set in woodland gardens. It is decorated with William Morris textiles, as well as Islamic and Japanese art. Access to the house is by guided tour only. Tours are limited to 15 people and last 45 minutes. The Derek Hill collection is also housed on site and features 300 works by leading 20th Century artists like Picasso, Kokoshka as well as Irish and Italian artists. A variety of exhibitions take place in the gallery adjoining the house.
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