Sandycove Searchers - 291

Limited Edition Print

  • €95.00 (Incl. VAT)

In this acrylic seascape painting there are two little boys with a bucket and net searching among the rock pools for crabs, pinkeens or any kind of marine life that will capture their attention. In the background is the Martello Tower that features in James Joyce's opening scene in Ulysses. Bloomsday is celebrated in Sandycove each year on June 16th and the tower now hosts a small Joycean museum.

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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Sandycove Searchers

Beautiful piece. Bought as a birthday gift. Recipient loved it.

Gillian M.
Ireland Ireland
Memories of my late mum

We bought this piece as my late mum was from sandycove and we love it so much,the attention to detail is fantastic, Chris is fabulous to deal with and is very engaging with his customers, we have three of his pieces now and I've no doubt we will be purchasing more.

Tania S.
Ireland Ireland
Beautiful painting

Bought as a present for my partner as she has fond memories of Sandycove growing up. She absolutely loved it! The painting arrived very quickly and Chris was lovely to deal with. Can't fault anything!

Abigail D.
Ireland Ireland
Sandycove Searchers

I purchased the Sandycove Searchers print from Chris recently. Beautiful picture. Stunning colours. Makes you feel that you are actually there.

Anthony K.
Ireland Ireland
Sandycove Dublin framed print picture

We were delighted to find the framed print of Sandycove where we used to live, a lovely picture to remind us of a special memory and place. The print also includes the 40 foot swimming place beside sandycove harbour and beach which are favourite dublin swimming places of mine. Thanks Chris!

Jason M.