Unframed prints come in a double mount with backing board in a sealed cellophane display bag so that all that is needed is the glass and outer moulding.
They can also be shipped with just the protected print itself rolled up in a heavy cardboard tube if preferred. Just drop me a message if so.
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.
Grattan Bridge, a re-modelling of the former Essex Bridge, opened in 1874. It links Capel Street on the northside of the Liffey River to Parliament Street on the southside. In the far background is the dome of City Hall and on the right middle distance is the Italian style Sunlight Chambers Building with its glazed ceramic friezes depicting various stages of hygiene activity, commissioned by Lever Brothers who made the famous 'Sunlight' soap.