The Lagan (Abhainn an Lagain) River God of Ireland Artwork Print

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Originating north of Ballynahinch in Co. Down the Lagan flows for forty miles passing through Lisburn town and ending in Belfast Lough where it meets the North channel. The channel otherwise known as the sea of Moyle according to Irish legend was home to the children of Lir swans for 300 years. On a lighter note by the end of the 19th century, Belfast was not only a formidable industrial city but also considered the linen capital of the world.

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Measurements

Artwork Paper size 33cm (13”) x 24(9 1/2”) cm;

image size approximately 16cm (6 1/2”)x 17cm (6 1/2”)

Images are printed on 310 gsm textured German etching paper

and embossed with ‘artist’s seal’ !!!

 

Artwork Print Framed

(Framed print only available for shipping to Ireland and UK).

Mounted and framed in a ‘white washed’ wooden frame with glass.
(approx 430mm;17” x 520mm;20” x 40mm;1.6”)

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