Discover the stories of some epic Irish women in our Herstory podcast series...

Eileen Gray lived in Paris for most of her life. She moved there in 1907, when the city was a hot-spot for writers and artists. She deservedly gained a reputation as the finest Western exponent of the Japanese lacquer technique and, later, was internationally acclaimed as a pioneering furniture designer and self-taught architect.

Listen and subscribe to the Herstory podcast series here or wherever you get your podcasts. Herstory: Ireland's Epic Women is brought to you by Underground FilmsEPIC the Irish Emigration MuseumHerstory Ireland and RTÉ, mixed and produced by Cassie at Tall Tales, and presented by Dr Angela Byrne. Herstory score composed by Scott Maher and Oisín Murray - listen to more here.