The Celt Pub, Talbot Street, Dublin - 770
A painting of customers inside The Celt Pub on Talbot Street, Dublin in early afternoon. The Celt is a rustic traditional bar full of higgledy piggledy rooms and nooks and crannies where Irish Traditional music is played seven nights a week. Painted with acrylics on a stretched canvas.
Sean Treacy one of the leaders of the Third Tipperary Brigade a unit of the Irish Republican Army was shot by British agents on Talbot Street in October 1920. Throughout the decades after his death there were a number of attempts to rename Talbot Street 'Sean Treacy Street' however the residents of Talbot Street rejected the proposal to change the name of the street in 1943.
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.
The Celt pub
I love this picture I can see myself sitting there in the near future hopefully having a drink and a chat with my friends. I have a few prints from chriss and each one is beautiful would highly recommend him
The Celt Pub
The Celt Pub painting was a wedding present for a German resident who spent six months in Ireland and many a happy night there. Both he and his wife were absolutely thrilled with the authenticity and quality of the painting and sent me a photo of it getting pride of place in their sitting room.
The Celt - Talbot Street
Bought as a gift for some Celt regulars. A beautiful print, beautifully framed and sent with the care and attention it deserved. Not the first print I’ve received from Chris and won’t be the last! Buy with confidence!
I am delighted with the painting I received from Chris. Amazing quality and beautiful. Would highly recommend to anyone thinking about buying one to go ahead and do it.