Painting of Dunbrody Famine Ship, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland, by Irish Artist Cathal O'Briain. Free P&P with Padded Protection within Ireland.
Dunbrody Famine Ship, Wexford, Ireland

Dunbrody Famine Ship, Wexford, Ireland

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Painting of Dunbrody Famine Ship, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland, by Irish Artist Cathal O'Briain. Free P&P with Padded Protection within Ireland.

Comes professionally framed in a new, neutral coloured frame to most styles or settings. There is an example on this webpage of a neutral coloured frame. 

Painting is signed by artist.

Frame Dimensions: A3

Comes with signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity 

The story of Ireland is, in many ways, a story of continuous migration. Many disparate groups came to Ireland over the millennia, each one leaving their mark on the character of the island. Early Stone-age settlers came, and were followed by the Iron-age Celts. Viking traders founded the first towns in Ireland. Christian missionaries built the first monasteries. The Normans came from France via England and Wales. They built stone castles and European style market towns. Later the Plantation of Ulster brought Scottish and English settlers.