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Museum quality art prints using archival inks created from my original canvas oil and acrylic paintings. I photograph and print these limited editions of 200 myself and the prints are available in three sizes both framed and unframed. Click on the print options and links above the Add to Cart button for more information.
A painting of the old Bank of Ireland building on College Green, Dublin. It was the former seat of the Irish Parliament until 1802 when it was abolished under the Act of Union. The building dates back to 1729 and one of its unique features is its lack of glazed windows on the front of the building. This is because when the building was being built, a Window Tax was in force within Britain and Ireland – so the intended windows were blocked in and meant to be glazed at a later date, to cut costs.
The curved screen wall in the above painting was designed by James Gandon and links the corinthian portico for the House of Lords, facing College Street, to architect Edward Lovett Pearce's original building. Gandon was also architect for the Custom Houseand the Four Courts