McKee, Eva, 1890-1955
- Existence: 1890 - 1955
Eva McKee, born in Belfast, Ireland, in 1890, studied as a designer at the School of Art in Belfast. With fellow artist, Eveline McCloy, she exhibited her Celtic-inspired art first under the auspices of the Arts and Crafts Society of Ireland and later with the Irish Decorative Arts Association in Belfast. The two artists operated their own studio at 35 Wellington Place. McKee died in 1955.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the work of the early 20th century Belfast artist Eva McKee through examples of her Celtic Revival-influenced Irish Arts and Crafts designs. Materials include her printmaking and jewelry designs, as well as a few samples of her works on ceramic, leather, metal, and wood.
Collection is open for research.
Hand-colored woodcut of a celtic triskelion bordered by birds, with title below.
Open for research.