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Anne Fitzgerald, one of Ireland's acclaimed artists, is known for her religious masterpieces and typically Irish faces and landscapes.

As 'Anne FitzGerald,' she is known for her Fine Art paintings. These are exhibited at World Fairs in Frankfurt,Birmingham,Bologna and London as well as in New York in the U.S.A. She uses mixed mediums in her paintings and is widely versatile in her Fine Art subject matter.

As 'Annie' she is known around the world as the creator of the Dear God Kids. She has written and illustrated over a hundred books,of which many have been translated into 30 languages. She has also designed over a thousand Dear God products that are sold worldwide. Anne FitzGerald is internationally known as the creator of the ‘Dear God Kids’.

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Anne Fitzgerald, one of Ireland's acclaimed artists, is known for her religious masterpieces and typically Irish faces and landscapes.

As 'Anne FitzGerald,' she is known for her Fine Art paintings. These are exhibited at World Fairs in Frankfurt,Birmingham,Bologna and London as well as in New York in the U.S.A. She uses mixed mediums in her paintings and is widely versatile in her Fine Art subject matter.

As 'Annie' she is known around the world as the creator of the Dear God Kids. She has written and illustrated over a hundred books,of which many have been translated into 30 languages. She has also designed over a thousand Dear God products that are sold worldwide. Anne FitzGerald is internationally known as the creator of the ‘Dear God Kids’.

Zelda Fitzgerald is, still, best known as the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. True, Zelda was an inspiration for heroines and dialogue in his stories, and half of the golden couple of what Scott dubbed "The Jazz Age," but she was also an accomplished writer, and artist. Some stories Zelda wrote with her husband -- and some, like the recently rediscovered The Iceberg (1918), she composed when she was still Zelda Sayre, a teenager in Montgomery, Alabama. Her only completed novel, the autobiographical Save Me The Waltz , was published in 1932.

Zelda began early in her life to make fanciful sketches that took on form, flourish and finesse after her daughter Scottie was born. She made paper dolls for Scottie, and, later, watercolors and paintings and plates. She covered lampshades with colorful carousels and fabulous, circular circusy scenes -- years later, Scott specified that Scottie couldn't take to college, and risk having damaged, Zelda's lampshades.

Her art was not just for her family. As Zelda continued to paint wherever she was, from home to, sadly, the hospitals where she lived with increasing frequency during the 1930s, her art thrived. She asked for brushes and paint from Craig House, in Beacon, New York, so she could paint something for her friends Gerald and Sara Murphy, capturing "some mood that their garden has conveyed." From memory she painted Riviera beaches, and football players for her husband, always a fan of the game. A constant gardener, and lover of flowers always, she increasingly painted flowers. Her watercolors of bouquets and outdoor gardens are among Zelda's most vivid surviving works.


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