'Éirí Amach Na Cásca'
£48.00 On Sale
-'Éirí Amach Na Cásca' (The Easter Rising)
-Screenprint on Somerset tub-sized Satin 310g/sm archival paper.
-Paper size: 330mm x 475mm approx.
-Image size: 360mm x 20.5mm approx.
-Hand-pulled screenprint, printed at Seacourt Print Workshop, Bangor, N.Ireland
-Deckled edge with 'chopmark'
-Shipped in sturdy postal tube, wrapped in acid-free tissue paper.
-Tracked & Signed for shipping
Strict limited edition of 10.
Signed & numbered by the artist.
Declan Byrne 2015
The actions of the men and women from the Irish Volunteers, the Irish Citizen Army and the Cumman na mBan during the events of 1916 is considered one of the most important events in 20th Century Irish history. Many leaders and participants of the Easter Rising have been depicted over the years on Irish postage stamps.
A 'chopmark' (or blind stamp) is an embossed seal impressed onto a print as a distinguishing mark by the artist.