Jacqueline Holohan is a well known Dublin artist. She studied art under Kenneth Webb, RUA, Henry Healy, RHA and George Collie RHA. She had her first solo exhibition in 1976 in Raglan Hall, Clyde Road, which was a sell-out and since then has had eighteen solo exhibitions in Dublin, all of which have been equally successful. Her work medium is mainly oil for house portraits, Georgian and other period features, especially doors and fanlights. Flower studies in oils are of particular interest to her. Jacqueline has been the winner of several awards and was commissioned to paint O’Reilly Hall at UCD, Glenstal Abbey in Limerick and St. Finbarre’s Cathedral in Cork. Her work has also been shown in recent years at Irish Art Exhibitions in the Cotswolds. Jacqueline’s paintings hang in many collections throughout Ireland and beyond.