New Paintings

[To see my Paintings for Sale - click here].

Prints of Paintings

Currently almost 200 of my paintings are available as prints and/or cards. Matted, mounted, and photographic prints as well as prints on canvas and framed prints are available for most of these paintings. The service is provided by RedBubble who print your order in whichever is nearer to you of the US, UK, and Australia so as to minimise shipping costs.

Most prints are categorized as Irish towns, Irish Landscapes, or the Birds/Wires series:

There are also other paintings available as prints not in the above collections - they would include some paintings of people, animals, and landscapes from my travels away from Ireland.

I also make most paintings available as greeting cards (in 2 sizes) and postcards (with discounts of 20% and 30% if you purchase 8 or 16 respectively)

Original Paintings
Most of the original paintings have all sold or are otherwise unavailable. I maintain a page showing what original paintings are currently available for sale - there usually aren’t too many paintings on it as new paintings tend to sell within days of completion.

Prior to using RedBubble for my prints, I used ImageKind - but their shipping charges eventually became too expensive for my customers not based in the US. If you are based in North America you may still find ImageKind useful especially as the sizes of prints and the costings are different although there is a much smaller selection of my paintings available there as prints

Here are a sample of some of my paintings available as prints from ImageKind but you’ll find more on the site.

NOTE: I recommend people who are not living in N. America do NOT use the following ImageKind links but instead use the above Redbubble links.

For producing my prints I chose RedBubble - and ImageKind before them - because other artists that I trusted were using them and I am happy with their quality.

New Prints
More prints will continue to be made available.

Older Paintings
Some of my older paintings (in the region of 20 years ago) I do not have good enough quality photos of to make prints from, so they won’t become available as prints, but all new paintings are now photographed as I finish them with a view to making prints.


  1. [...] After receiving requests for many years, I’ve finally made some of my Irish paintings available as prints. [...]

  2. martha says:

    Eolai, will you sign & number the prints? And will you limit the total number of each?

  3. E gan F says:

    Martha, they’re print-on-demand which means they’re printed by ImageKind as they’re ordered and sent straight to the customer; they don’t come near me, so signing them is not possible.

    Technically I could set things up so that orders come to me and I then order from ImageKind, sign and number and then send on to the customer - but that level of interception would double shipping expenses, processing fees, and probably currency conversion charges too - it’s not really practical as it would generate a chunk more work for less income overall.

    Unfortunately there’s no automatic way to do a limited print run using a print-on-demand service other than just cutting them off after X orders.

    However I definitely forsee (signed and numbered) limited print runs down the road just not with any of these. I’m simply not in any position right now to finance even a limited number of Giclee prints but I do definitely plan to.

  4. [...] Yay. Now get prints of Eolai’s work. [...]

  5. Daniel Edlen says:

    Cool deal! Do you have a high quality photo of the painting and the print so you could show a detail online to have a side-by-side comparison to see the quality? How do you pay Imagekind? What’s their copyright and reproduction contract like?


  6. E gan F says:


    Copyright stays 100% with the artist. ImageKind explain fully on their site here.

    The artist doesn’t pay anything up front, instead a base price per print goes to ImageKind as and when each order is placed, and the markup goes to the artist.

    ImageKind will only print from high quality photos. If you look at any particular painting above and click on the available print sizes, you will see that many of the larger sizes are crossed out. That is because the photo uploaded wasn’t of a resolution high enough to produce a high quality print of that size (in my case usually of sizes much bigger than the original painting).

    Because every painting is different, and every photo of a painting is taken under different circumstances of different sizes, and every print is available in different sizes, and everybody sees them reproduced on monitors of different resolutions, there’s no great meaning in showing a side-by-side comparison. ImageKind do offer full refunds for people not happy but I think their quality control should catch any photos not good enough to trigger even the smallest available print.

  7. [...] continuing to add to my paintings available as prints. To date, 8 more Irish paintings have been added to the original 10 Comment (RSS) [...]

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  9. Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by eolai: ImageKind have removed limits on uploads, so now I’ll set about adding to my 18 paintings available as prints

  10. Jason says:


    nice paintings, I hope your prints have come out well - Im based in Edinburgh and do printing too so let me know if you would like paper samples.


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