This painting can be purchased in Kaldi's Cafe, 28 Booterstown Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin
Original Watercolour Painting of Manderley Castle, Killinery, Dublin, by Irish Artist Cathal O'Briain.
Comes professionally framed in a new, neutral coloured frame to most styles or settings. There is an example on this web page of a neutral coloured frame.
Painting is signed by artist.
Frame Dimensions: A3
Comes with signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity
Judge Robert Warren built Victoria Castle in 1840 to commemorate Queen Victoria's accession to the throne. The interior was gutted by fire in 1928, then restored by Sir Thomas Power of the whiskey distillery family. He renamed the mansion "Ayesha Castle", after the goddess who rose from the flames in Rider Haggard's novel She. In 1995, the Aylmer family decided to turn Ayesha Castle into a place of tourist interest, "converting existing stables to a ground floor apartment and a first floor craft room". The Stable Gallery was established there, and a number of artists displayed their pictures.
Irish musician Enya bought the castle in 1997 for €3.8 million, reportedly outbidding Michael Flatley, who also viewed the house. Based on her interest in Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, Enya renamed the castle "Manderley" for the fictional house that plays a central role in the 1938 novel. Wikipedia