Irish Oils and Watercolours by Hamilton Sloan
Irish Art, Traditional Irish Artist Hamilton Sloan seascapes and Irish Landmarks figurative paintings
Irish landscapes and Seascapes by Irish artist Hamilton Sloan in watercolour and oils

Framed Hamilton Sloan oil painting of man rescuing sheep with boy watching

Racing yacths racing with spinnakers up

Irish men in Donegal cutting turf 

oil painting by Hamilton Sloan of curragh men on the beach

Irish cattle dealers and young boy at market in Carlingford Co Louth

Traditional Irish Art by Hamilton Sloan of young girl knitting and reading

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The Regatta

The Regatta is quite a large painting, executed on a 30"x24" medium grained stretched canvas.

As shown above, it is framed in a reversed gold 12 piece box frame behind glass measuring

39 .5"x 33.75" over all.

Oil on Canvas

30ins x 24ins

Unframed  £3500.00 GBP

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Postage / shipping costs

to Europe and North America are included in the price marked underneath each item. The Courier service we use is Parcelforce Worldwide or Royal Mail Special Delivery – depending upon the size of the item and also your location.

What happens if the item is not suitable when I receive it?

You have a full money-back guarantee. If the item is not suitable, you have 7 days from the day on which it reaches you to repackage appropriately and place with your Courier or Postal Service - the item must be insured at it's full value. As soon as the item reaches us, in good condition, you will receive a full refund minus the cost of our postage to you.

Paintings are not framed, and an allowance of between £50 and £100 has been made in the price you pay (depending on the painting size)– to allow you to have the painting framed appropriately.

We have chosen to send the paintings in this way for a number of reasons.... Firstly, we recomend that the paintings are framed behind glass, and this obviously presents difficulties in transport - in fact, many Couriers refuse to handle paintings which include glass, due to the fact that any breakage would also likely cause damage to the painting.

This method of transport has the added advantage of allowing you to have the painting framed in a style which is of your own chioce.

We are always happy to answer any questions, so please feel free to ask any questions which may not have been included above.