Howth Harbour and Lighthouse, Dublin - 686
An acrylic painting of a small yacht passing in front of the old lighthouse and keeper's house at the end of the pier in Howth Harbour, County Dublin. The lighthouse dates from the early 1800's and was built with defense in mind as this wasa time of fear of a Napoleonic invasion. In the background is the island of Ireland's Eye
Sometimes my interest is piqued and I like to research some of my painting subjects, especially Dublin street scenes and pubs and bars and am often amazed at some of the snippets of curious information I come across. Follow this link to read one or two about Howth ...
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