William Mulhall first came to prominence in the 1970s with his original art work for Led Zeppelin.
An extraordinary act of generosity to Concern and as a testament to Mulhall's vision of him, Bono has signed a portrait of himself by Mulhall which was an item at the 2002 Concern Charity Auction. The painting, which had been bought previously by a gallery patron, was donated to the auction where Bono saw it and agreed to sign it in order to increase it's value at auction. The synergy worked because the painting achieved a hammer price of 1,300 euros on the night.
Recently, Mulhall has moved into new territory with his portrait from life of Nobel Prize Winner Seamus Heaney. Mulhall met Heaney at his home in Dublin and the two hit it off at once. 'Heaney is a Northern man like me and there is a common link through the Northern experience.' The painting now hangs in the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
William Mulhall has done it again. The acclaimed rock and roll artist has switched to Opera with stunning results when he was invited to Landsdowne road to paint international singing star Andrea Bocelli before and during his recent concert. Working from a meeting, drawings, video and photos.
Ron Wood joined Bob and his band on stage in Kilkenny He acted as jester, cajoling the crowd to sing along and at one point made Dylan smile with his funny remarks and energy Here Dylan takes a break from singing to blow a few trademark bars on his trusty harmonica
I'm keen to hear any comments you may have - how I can improve the website, commissions, or your own personal experiences of my work. Please feel free to contact me at any time at the address and contact details provided. Alternatively, complete the feedback form and submit it to me - I will get back to you as soon as I can.Willie Mulhall 1 Shore Road Ardglass Co Down Northern Ireland T:028 44 841301 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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