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Bicycle, Trinity College, Dublin - 712

Limited Edition Print

  • €95.00 (Incl. VAT)


A painting of an old style bicycle, probably owned by a student, propped against a streetlamp and chain link fence, inside the grounds of Trinity College, Dublin. The Campanile stands majestically in the distance of Parliament Square. Acrylic on canvas.

This painting is available as a Limited Edition run of 200 prints using Epson Archival inks on supreme quality Hahnemuhle Traditional Fine Art paper. See dropdown menu above to see size, price and framing options. 


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02/04/2019

Beautiful Print and Excellent Customer Service

Service was excellent, delivery within a couple of days. Thrilled with the print... is fab :)

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Aoife C.
Ireland Ireland
25/01/2018

Bicycl, Trinity College Dublin - Christmas

I met Chris at the RDS ‘Gifted’ fair and immediately fell in love with his work! This print was the one I really really wanted but didn’t buy it on that day as I wanted a different size print. I ordered the print only a few days before Christmas, hoping I would get it in time. Chris made sure I was able to pick up the print in time! Chris is a lovely man and has a wonderful talent in painting! I really would recommend Chris’s paintings and prints to anyone! His service is fantastic! Had a great experience dealing with Chris!

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Aisling
10/01/2018

The Bicycle, Trinity College

Thanks to Chris for an amazing service. My parents were delighted with the print.

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Amy A.
Ireland Ireland
13/12/2017

A gift

I was tight for time to get this print, a gift for an old student of Trinity. Chris went out of his way to make sure I got it in time, service couldn't have been better. The old student loved it and it brought back many good memories for him.

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Maryclare T.
Ireland Ireland