Where was “Love’s Portrait” filmed? Cast histories and locations

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The newest film from Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Love’s Portrait, premieres Sunday, September 4 at 9 pm Eastern/8 pm Central. The film stars Aubrey Reynolds and Richard McWilliams. Read on to find out all about where it was filmed and check out the behind-the-scenes stories.

Love’s Portrait was filmed in Ireland

Not to be confused with Hallmarks “portrait of loveNew to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Love’s Portrait was shot on location in Ireland.

In this Reynolds Instagram post below, she says: “Ireland I love you you are beautiful can’t wait to see you again soon! 💚”

This post was created in October 2021. IMDb Pro confirmed This post-production was updated in December 2021, so it took quite a while to get the film edited and ready for its premiere.

The post was marked as found in Jerpoint Abbeya medieval Cistercian abbey in Ireland.

Notes on Heritage Island: “Jerpoint is known for its detailed stone carvings, which can be found throughout the monastery. These date from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries and include canteen tombs from the O’Tunney school, an exquisite 13th century incised depiction of two knights, the decorated cloister arcades and other effigies and monuments.

Tourism is big in this place and you can find many pictures on Instagram from here.

John Lyde, the film’s director, writer and producer, had a few things to share about the film on his Instagram account. He posted this movie preview on Instagram below, noting that the sun didn’t shine much during filming.

He also posted these first looks.

He shared a series of photos below, noting: “Filming in Ireland was a dream. Your cast, crew, weather and locations were great. What a heavenly place.”

And he shared these photos while looking for a place.

Meet the cast

The synopsis for the film reads: “Lily (Reynolds) is a museum curator who discovers a painting that looks just like her and is sent to find out where the painting came from and who painted it. Lily’s quest takes her to Ireland, where she locates the painting to the post office it was sent from. There she meets William (McWilliams) and Saoirse (Kathryn McKiernan), a brother-sister duo who run the post office. They offer to help, but William knows more than he’s letting on. He must decide whether to share what he knows, even if it jeopardizes the growing feelings he and Lily have for each other.”

Aubrey Reynolds (“Secrets in the Snow”, “A Deadly Grudge”) was born and raised in the Dallas, Texas area. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Brigham Young University. She made her debut in the historical drama 16 Stones (2014). She now resides in Los Angeles, California. Her credits include “Hot Chocolate Holiday” (Lifetime), “Christmas Tree Lane” (one of Hallmark’s big hits last season), and “Frenzy” on Syfy.

She loves nature and climbing.

Richard McWilliams (“Vikings”, “Deadly Buzz”) is an Irish actor. He is best known for his work on television, particularly the Irish series Fair City, which has been running for many years. His bio states that he is currently working on an original play for a local Irish theatre.

Also starring in the film:

  • Kathryn McKiernan as Saoirse
  • Tamari Dunbar as Michelle
  • Jessi Melton as Kate
  • Jazmine Shaw as JoJo
  • David Knell as Eamon O’Brien
  • Siobhan Shanahan as Cara
  • Gerry Herbert as Jonathan O’Brien
  • Geraldine McComish as Dierdre
  • Brooke Grossinger as Pamela

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