Jeremy Henderson — landscape painting
Jeremy John Christmas Henderson (25 December 1952–28 April 2009) was a Irish artist and painter. Artist in Residence at Kingston University, he exhibited at the Royal Academy and is included in National Art Collections.
“Jeremy Henderson, an Irish artist of Scottish decent, dedicated his life to the creation and realisation of his art and its meaning, reflecting life’s panorama, be that of his home town of Lisbellaw and Ireland’s troubles, or his unique journey through life, its loves and inspirations and the perspectives presented to him, destined to become a painter of influence.
“Jeremy and I had many conversations about his art and how he studied other painters, influences on his early years and locations which inspired his work”.
-Sandra Tweedie, sister & fellow artist.
A painter of international respect, capable of expressing the deep and subtle nuance of meaning and sentiment of his art, layering paints to build a complex narrative across a medium open to the interpretation of the observer. Separate from many of his contemporaries, never courting the commercialisation of his work, Jeremy Henderson is probably Europe’s most undiscovered artist and surely Ireland’s invisible genius.”………More