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Stolen Painting William Conor

Stolen Painting William Conor

A painting by Belfast-born artist William Conor has been stolen from Bray Public Library. The painting titled 'Fluter's Tune' is thought to have been taken on Thursday 16th of April. The painting depicts an elderly man playing a flute watched by a woman with a baby in her arms. Conor is best-known for his depiction of working-class life in Belfast. He was a World War I artist appointed by the British government. Born in Belfast in 1881, he died there in 1968.


Gardaí at Bray Investigating                                   Telephone (01) 6665300