Paul Henry’s Later Years
In 1919, the Henry’s moved back to Dublin, and set up the Society of Dublin Painters.
Henry also joined the United Arts Club in Dublin, was elected to a full member of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin in 1928 and in 1930, became one of the first twelve academicians of the Ulster Academy of Arts. 
In 1924, while Grace was travelling in Europe, he met and had an affair with Mabel Young (1889 – 1974) another fellow artist.
The Henry’s marriage subsequently ended with a separation. Henry and Young moved to Co. Wicklow and in 1953, after Grace’s death, they both married.
Five years later, 1958, Henry died, at his home in Bray, Co. Wicklow. 
Henry’s works can be found in the collections of the National Gallery of Ireland, Hugh Lane Gallery, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Ulster Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.