Publications, Books and other Media by and about Pauline Bewick

Pauline Bewick’s first book was in 1955, illustrating the poetry of Thomas Kinsella for the world-famous Dolmen Press, and over these past 55 years, she has worked on many other projects. Some of her key books are listed here, all are available in limited quantities from the artist (signed) or her publisher.


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Pauline Bewick Seven Ages Pauline Bewick’s Seven Ages
Alan Hayes, Editor
(Arlen House, Galway/Syracuse University Press, New York, 2006)
ISBN 978-1-903631-87-4,
Paperback, €35
A comprehensive catalogue of all three collections; Waterford, Kerry and Travelling

Bewick Seven Ages

Seven Ages
Alan Hayes, Editor (Arlen House, Galway, 2005),
ISBN 978-1-903631-77-5, €200,
Large Format Cloth
Award-winning limited edition 70th birthday retrospective celebration of Pauline Bewick’s artistic output from age 2 to 70.



Books Kelly Reads Bewick

Kelly Reads Bewick:
Rita Kelly, Poet, interprets the paintings of Pauline Bewick
(Arlen House, Galway, 2001),
ISBN 978-1-903631-20-1,
€100, Large Format Cloth
Winner of Book of the Year and Print of the Year Awards





A Poem for Children

People: A Poem for Children
John Maguire, Illustrated by Pauline Bewick
(Collins Press, Cork, 2001),
ISBN 978-1-903464-06-9,
Hardback, €20,
signed by the artist, post-paid.



The south seas and a box of paints

The South Seas and a Box of Paints
(Art Books International, London, 1996),
ISBN 9781874044123,
Hardback, €50,
signed by the artist, post-paid.

The Yellow Man

The Yellow Man
(Wolfhound Press, Dublin, 1995),
ISBN 978-0-86327-448-0,
Paperback, €20, signed, post-paid.
A limited edition is available, boxed, linen bound, embossed, with an original Yellow Man watercolour.



Ireland: An Artist’s Year
(Methuen, London, 1990),
ISBN 978-0-413-64320-9,
Hardback, €500, signed by the artist.

James White
Pauline Bewick: Painting a Life

Critically-acclaimed biography by the former Director of the National Gallery of Ireland
(Wolfhound Press, Dublin, 1985),
ISBN 978-0-86327-077-2,
Hardback, extremely rare, €1200, signed by the artist.

Harry Bewick
A Wild Taste

(Methuen, London, 1987),
ISBN 978-0-413-15730-0,
Paperback, €25
Readers interested in Pauline Bewick’s rare, antiquarian and out of print books may contact Alan Hayes at Arlen House ( Phone +353 (0)86 8207617) for further details.