James and John O'Shea. Irish stonemasons and sculptors from Ballyhooly in County Cork. They were notable for their involvement in Ruskinian gothic architecture in the mid-19th century.
- "Every morning came the handsome red-haired Irish brothers O'Sheas..." https://books.google.it/books…
- "The O'Sheas, who were noted for their red beards, their ability to consume alcohol and their lively temperaments, greatly impressed John Ruskin with the quality of their stone carving." https://www.crawfordartgallery.ie/ResearchCentre.html
|James O'Shea at work on carvings for the Oxford Museum of Natural History|