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Dawson Street, Dublin - 314 by Chris McMorrow Click image to enlarge. * Where we have shown images of artwork framed or within room sets these have been created using virtual software and are intended to provide an idea of the style of framing and/or the scale of the artwork in relation to furniture. They should not be viewed as completely accurate to scale and the colours may vary. We can send photographs of the artwork in its frame by request.
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  • Title:
  • Dawson Street, Dublin - 314
  • Artist:
  • Chris McMorrow
  • Medium:
  • Limited Edition Print
  • Desc:
  • his Dawson Street painting features a really cool old-style phonebox thats found on this Dublin street, a once omnipresent feature in the city but dying out through lack of use with the advent of mobile phones. A rainy day in Dublin with umbrellas, reflections, cool blues and warm yellows.

    Dawson Street is named after Joshua Dawson who constructed the street along with Grafton and Harry Street. He also built the Mansion House. Two famous Irish architects William Hague and Thomas Francis McNamara had their offices on Dawson Street.
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  • Price:
  • €95