The Quiet Man Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Commissioned to commemorate the 65th anniversary of The Quiet Man’s cinematic release, just 500 limited edition prints of a special work by renowned Irish artist Peter Deighan are now available.
Deighan beautifully captures some classic scenes from the film including The Quiet Man’s celebrated conclusion when Maureen O’Hara turns to John Wayne and whispers something in his ear, provoking a priceless reaction. Whatever passed O’Hara’s lips remains a mystery to this day.
Each print is hand numbered and individually signed by the artist.
Digital archival giclee print on 300gsm fine art paper. Dimensions: 20in x 24in.
About the Artist
Peter Deighan is an internationally renowned artist, originally from Co. Monaghan and now residing in Luton, England. Widely regarded as one of the world’s leading painters of sporting moments and portraits, his works hang in some of the globe’s most prestigious collections, from the Vatican to the National Portrait gallery.
Some of his most noteworthy Irish portraits include Peadar O’Donnell, Sean McBride, Charles J. Haughey and Michael O’Hehir, with the latter unveiled on RTE's Late Late Show in Dublin.