Howth Harbour Lighthouse - Barry McAdam
"I had this piece in my head for a long time, pondering the best way to approach it. One day when I was out on a walk in Howth I realised just how far out one feels from the mainland when walking along the wall at the lighthouse. I thought it would be exciting to try to bring this to the piece and at the same time capture the village from the Martello tower to the Abbey Tavern and down to the King Sitric. I started with the Lighthouse as a focal point with a yacht in the foreground. This really helps frame the view and bring you on a journey in the piece back to the village".
- 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 100 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.