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The Celt Pub, Talbot Street, Dublin - 770 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.
The frame images used are digital and are similar to the real ones but not the exact same. However the sizes are correct.
  • Title:
  • The Celt Pub, Talbot Street, Dublin - 770
  • Artist:
  • Chris McMorrow
  • Medium:
  • Limited Edition Print
  • Desc:
  • A painting of customers inside The Celt Pub on Talbot Street, Dublin in early afternoon. The Celt is a rustic traditional bar full of higgledy piggledy rooms and nooks and crannies where Irish Traditional music is played seven nights a week. Painted with acrylics on a stretched canvas.

    Sean Treacy one of the leaders of the Third Tipperary Brigade a unit of the Irish Republican Army was shot by British agents on Talbot Street in October 1920. Throughout the decades after his death there were a number of attempts to rename Talbot Street 'Sean Treacy Street' however the residents of Talbot Street rejected the proposal to change the name of the street in 1943.
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  • Price:
  • €105