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Nearys Pub, Dublin - 383 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:
  • Nearys Pub, Dublin - 383
  • Artist:
  • Chris McMorrow
  • Medium:
  • Limited Edition Print
  • Desc:
  • A painting of Neary's bar on Chatham Street, Dublin just off Grafton Street where the barmen wear white shirts and bow ties and the atmosphere is mellow ... a nice place for a quiet 'pint of plain'. It is a favourite haunt of performers from the nearby Gaiety Theatre and indeed there is a private back door that leads to same.

    The original name for the pub dates back to 1887 where records show a man named Thomas Neary owned the pub and the name was never changed. Neary’s has a working dumb waiter that has been in use since 1957.
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  • Price:
  • €105