Sunrise in Dublin, The Four Courts
Sean Curran, Artist, fine art reproductions of original water-colour painting.
Sunrise over the The Four Courts, on the banks of the river Liffey in Dublin, is the main seat of justice in Ireland, dates from 1786 and has played its part in many chapters of the foundation of the Irish Free State and eventually the Irish Republic. It became one of the main focal points of the Irish Civil war, when IRA forces, led by Rory O'Connor opposed to the Anglo Irish Treaty, occupied the building as a sign of defiance against the new Free State. It eventually forced Michael Collins to turn his artillery on his former comrades of 1916....the essence of civil war. The battle was short lived but not without its casualties and the most prominent of whom was Cathal Brugha, former 1916 commander and friend of Padraig Pearse.
So there you have it, a little bit of art and a little bit of history......hope you like it
- Unframed, small 8 inch by 10 inch (20.5cm x 25.5cm) and medium 11 inch by 14 inch (28cm x 35.5cm), - larger sizes and framed available on request
- reproduction of original water-colour painting
- mounted on card, ready for framing
- High quality print, non fade ink, acid free paper
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