|Frances J. Kelly|
County Louth, Ireland
|Died||2002 (aged 93–94)|
|Education||Metropolitan School of Art, Dublin|
Frances J. Kelly (1908 – 2002) (variant name Judy Boland) was an Irish painter. Kelly studied at the Metropolitan School of Art, Dublin, Ireland. From 1932-1935, she studied in Paris, France with the cubist painter Léopold Survage. In Ireland, she painted the murals in Tullamore Hospital, Dublin, and those at the old Russell Hotel. Kelly specialized in still lifes.
- Still Life with Lillies and Staffordshire Figurine
- As She Moved Through the Fair
- Still Life With Flowers Before a Window
- Reclining Nude
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-05-08. Retrieved 2008-02-04.
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