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Crossing O'Connell Street, Dublin - 303
Limited Edition Print
Reflections and umbrellas. An acrylic painting of O'Connell Street, Dublin, that is dominated by the monument tribute to Daniel O'Connell, who has looked down on the city centre from his lofty perch since the 1860's. It's a wet day and the people of Dublin go about their business under umbrellas, dodging the puddles in the wet streets.
Sometimes my interest is piqued and I like to research some of my painting subjects, especially Dublin street scenes and pubs and bars and am often amazed at some of the snippets of curious information I come across. Follow this link to read one or two about O'Connell Street ....