A new exhibition of the paintings of Co Roscommon-born artist Roderic O'Conor has gone on display today at the National Gallery in Dublin.
Roderic O'Conor was born in Castleplunkett in 1860 and his family relocated to Dublin when he was a child.
The artist spent much of his later life in Paris.
This new exhibition includes over 60 of his major works, featuring colourful French scenes and striking etchings created during his years in France.
The exhibition runs at the National Gallery until October.