Olive Farrell
Giving Me The Eye
C. 2012

Buyer Protection Guaranteed


This is a portrait of a beloved Terrier who connects with viewers by giving them the inquisitive eye. The artist is able capture wonderful shades of blue and grey in the coat of the Terrier. He looks as though he is ready to approach his favorite person. This piece is framed and signed on the bottom lefthand corner.

Olive Farrell is an Irish landscape and pastoral painter from Kilkenny, who works and shows in New York's Catskill Mountains. She practices "plein air" painting, particularly when joined by fellow artists during Irish Arts Week.


  • Artist
    Olive Farrell (b. 1953, Irish)
  • Creation Year
    C. 2012
  • Condition
  • Dimensions
    18.5 in. H x 18.5 in. W x 1.5 in. D
  • Seller Location
    Troy, NY
  • Reference Number
About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2016

Located in Troy, NY

More from this Seller

Gary Masline Look Through Any Window, 2012
Look Through Any Window
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A blonde woman in profile takes the center of the painting. Wearing clothing of the 1940s-50s, she stands in thought inside a house, the window behind her showing a hilly landscape in b...
Gary Masline At the Wall, 2010
At the Wall
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A dancer, dramatically enveloped in ochre and cadmium red hues, moves with her eyes closed in front of an adobe wall. A hole through the wall reveals the perspective of distance behind...
Gary Masline Sinkhole Dream, 2016
Sinkhole Dream
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A contemporary painting combining a figurative image with a landscape background to create a narrative. Against the warm hues of a Southwestern American landscape of ochre, burnt sienna...
Gary Masline That Woman at the Lake, 2012
That Woman at the Lake
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
Against a backdrop landscape of several levels of terrain in cadmium reds, ochre, and burnt sienna, a woman gazes intently outward. A small glassy lake is at her back. Her dress, in cad...
Gary Masline The Subterranean, 2012
The Subterranean
Gary Masline
Oil Paint
A young blonde woman descends down the stairs as she steps into the shadows. The scene evokes a historic town painted mostly in reds with browns and olive shades. The young woman wears ...
Gary Masline Noise In The Brush, 2013
Noise In The Brush
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
This is a portrait that inspires narratives. Against the backdrop of a setting sun, a cowboy or farm worker is startled by a nearby sound. The colors are warm and reassuring, in contra...
Gary Masline Goddess of the Harvest, 2006
Goddess of the Harvest
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A dark-haired woman in a dress of cadmium red and alizarin crimson stands in a barn doorway. In the background, ochre and olive green fields with red notes. A red sky frames her. Her po...
Gary Masline Fiddler's Hill, 2013
Fiddler's Hill
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A violinist in a red and alizarin crimson dress is portrayed near a favorite place, with a tree on a hill, its foliage also rendered in alizarin crimson and cadmium red, against a cadmi...
Gary Masline Ancient Bather, 2009
Ancient Bather
Gary Masline
Canvas, Oil Paint
A timeless female swimmer in an ochre bathing suit in the foreground looks off in thought, with a tropical lagoon and ocean as background. In this scene a couple of dark green palm tree...
Roxanna Melendez Subway Rider, 2000
Subway Rider
Roxanna Melendez
Linen, Oil Paint
A gritty portrait of a young man with dreadlocks is presented here. He looks directly at the viewer, calm and confident in his striking appearance. His dreadlocks exhibit a bevy of shad...
John Hampshire Inherent Strings Attached, 2015
Inherent Strings Attached
John Hampshire
Mixed Media, Board
A seemingly simple image of a well-known figure is attained through a dense use of strings and marks on the picture plane. The effect is both direct and richly dense. In the end, it is ...
Roxanna Melendez Doña Felisa
Doña Felisa
Roxanna Melendez
Canvas, Acrylic Paint
This is a portrait of Felisa Rincón de Gautier (Doña Fela) whose terms in office as Mayor of San Juan lasted from 1947-1969. The painting captures Doña Fela's iconic gestures: her ever ...