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Fine Art Print - Trinity College Dublin - Irish Landmarks

Fine Art Print - Trinity College Dublin - Irish Landmarks

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'Trinity College Dublin'

This Irish Landmark print is created from an original art work by Irish artist, Steven Farrell.

This piece is inspired by the grand entrance to Trinity College, Dublin located on College Green, Dublin 2.

Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity College is a location which is part of most tourist's places to see when visiting Dublin, especially for its Book of Kelly and world famous Long Room, found in Trinity's old library building. 

This fine art print is part of a collection called 'A Candle in a Window' after the tradition of the Irish President, who keeps a candle continuously lighting in the window of the Áras an Uachtaráin (home of the Irish President): 

No matter where you are in the world,
No matter how long you have been gone from Ireland's shores,
There will always be a candle in a window,
Its light to guide you home. 


This print of an Irish landmark is a perfect gift to remember Ireland by if you've visited or, even if you live in Ireland and want to be reminded of the wonderful, rich history of this beautiful Island.

This Dublin scene is a prefect gift and can be shipped to most parts of the world and is especially well suited as a gift for a graduate of Trinity College, St. Patrick's Day or for birthdays and housewarming gifts.

Produced in Ireland using the highest quality inks and paper each print is protected from fading, with assured lifetime, archival permanence. 

Available framed or unframed. Both options come with the fine art print, inside a 3cm, off white, picture mount

This frame is matt white wood grain made in Ireland

Unframed size

Print size 8 x 6 inch

Mount size 10 x 8 inch

Framed size (frames are made in Ireland) 

Print size 8 x 6 inch

Frame size (in cm) 23.5cm W x 29cm L x 2cm D

If ordering from outside the EU you might have to pay customs charges, your national revenue service can give you more guidance. 


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