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ote: We consider any work produced by an artist an "Art Print", regardless of size or medium. Any photograph is under the heading "Photos", again, regardless of size. The rest are grouped as "posters". Yes, regardless of size - hope this isn't confusing.
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Bed & Breakfast, Galway
by William Sutton


Oratory of Gallarus
by Richard Cummins


Abandoned Farmhouse in Cork
by Richard Cummins



Jameson Irish Whiskey
by R. Campbell


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Wed, Apr 6, 2016

The 'Harp' Flag

This was the unofficial national flag of Ireland from 1798 until the early years of the 20th century. Since the 16th century, the gold harp had been on a blue field, but the United Irishmen changed the colour to green.
The Green Flag was widely carried during the rebellion of 1798 - often with the motto of the United Irishmen, 'Éire go Brágh' - Ireland Forever - included below the harp.
The banner quickly won popular acceptance and it was used by the followers of Daniel O'Connell, by most of the Fenians, and by the supporters of Home Rule from the time of Parnell until the collapse of the Irish Parliamentary Party in 1918.



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