The Campanile, Trinity College - 403
The Campanile in Parliament Square, Trinity College, Dublin dates from Victorian times and is a widely recognised symbol representing the college, built by Sir Charles Lanyon and stands nearly 100 feet tall. Over each of the four archways of the Campanile there are carvings of Homer, Plato, Demosthenes and Socrates. In this acrylic painting I wanted to capture the old and the new with people with umbrellas treading the ancient cobblestones of Parliament Square.
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.
Beautiful depiction of the Campanile
Ordered this print for our daughter who recently graduated from TCD. It beautifully captures the atmosphere of the campus in fantastic colours and with great movement. Amazingly, it arrived within two days of being ordered, securely packaged and nicely framed. Our daughter is delighted.
Beautiful painting, great customer service!
I bought this painting for my own flat - it is so beautiful and reminds me of one of my favourite places :) I am so happy with Chris' work, I have just ordered another one of his prints!
This is the third time I have bought this wonderful large framed print. The careful delivery was superbly personal and a very quick service. Highly recommended!
Gave this to my daughter for Christmas when she returned from her semester abroad at Trinity. Beautiful print and great reminder of her amazing experience!