Best Of Simply Painting: Across Europe

Episode Guide

Season 1

Adare Riverscape (#126)

In the village of Adare in County Limerick, Frank visits Adare Manor and King John's Castle. The ...

Rock Of Dunamase (#125)

At Dunamase Fortress, Frank tells a story of Ireland's Norman conquest. Stops include a 6th century ...

Inish Boffin (#124)

At the offshore islands of Inishboffin, in Galway Bay, Frank visits a fort on a promontory and the ...

Doolin Seascape (#123)

Portlaoise (#122)

Frank stops at an art gallery in the lovely town of Portlaoise, and encounters some fellow artists ...

Atlantic Ocean Scene (#121)

Off the coast of Clare, in the late evening sun, Frank demonstrates the finer points of creating an ...

Chateau Balerory (#120)

Inspired by a chateau in the heart of the French countryside, Frank paints a yellow field with ...

The Fairy Bush (#119)

Rouen (#118)

In the French town of Rouen, Frank visits a ceramics museum, recalls Joan of Arc and paints a vase ...

Ennistymon Waterfall (#117)

Galway Bay (#116)

Knappogue Castle (#115)

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