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On O'Connell Street - 430
Limited Edition Print
It's early evening and three women walk together, chatting, after an afternoon's shopping on O'Connell Street, Dublin. Clery's department store is still open for business as is evident from the glowing shop windows and the statue of Jim Larkin holds his hands up to check if it's still raining. An acrylic painting on canvas.
O’ Connell Street is one of the most important locations of Irelands history. It was the stage for the Dublin Lockouts in 1913, the 1916 Rising, the Irish Civil War of 1922 and finally the destruction of Nelson’s Pillar in 1966.