Annie Lee Folly, St. Anne's Park - Barry McAdam
“The Annie Lee Folly is a follow in St. Anne's Park that welcomes you as you approach from the sea. This is the first folly to be built by the Guinness family in the park. It commemorated the birth of Benjamin Lee Guinness's daughter in 1837.
In mid summer the Japanese Maple stands out wonderfully against the tree ferns planted oppose and it really frames the scene.
I like the perspective where you have to approach from below making the tower and bridge more imposing and fairy tale like. Hidden on the left is a cave and to be honest I know nothing about it other that I can imagine a dragon coming out and flying over the bridge into the park.
Although it is white, the lime render is quite dappled and rough and catches the shadows of the surrounding trees wonderfully. How this is painted is something I really like in the piece”
- A3 print, on A3+ paper, (32.9 x 48.3cm). This makes it ideal for a standard size frame that has a mount for A3.
- Each piece in this edition of 250 is hand signed and numbered by Barry McAdam
- Printed to museum quality using Giclée printing process on archival quality paper
This piece has two options.
The tube gift package comes with your print wrapped in acid free tissue paper with authenticity certificate. The tube keeps your piece well protected in transit. Please unroll the piece carefully soon after you receive it.
The mounted and framed option is available in Ireland only. Your piece will be mounted on an acid free mount and in a limed solid wood frame. The frame colour is shown in the Mount and Frame image. It is carefully chosen to let the piece stand out and to complement most interiors.