Henry McManus ( - 1873):
Henry McManus was born in Monaghan and was educated at the Hibernian School in Phoenix Park, Dublin. He worked in Monaghan as an artist and painted many religious works for churches in the area. In 1835 he moved to Dublin and two years later, to London. In 1839 the Royal Academy accepted `Art Irish Market Day at Ballybay' and 'May Day at Finglas'. He became head of the Glasgow School of Design in 1845 and four years later, head of the Dublin School of Design. His illustrations were included in Hall's Ireland and Carleton's Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasants.