This is a giclee print limited edition, stamped and signed by the artist. Available to view at her studio /gallery at 10 castle street Athlone N37H688. Available in 3 sizes and can be posted worldwide. The original painting of this print is on display inside the pub. Prints are giclee, a french word pronounced as (zhee – clay)Printed by the Copper house, 19 St Kevins Cottages, Synge St. Dublin 8,using high quality archival inks on acid free papers to produce superior prints that will last without fading or yellowing.
A giclee print contains UV treatments in the archival inks, which are guaranteed colour stable for many years. My prints are Limited edition, signed and stamped by the artist. The original painting is framed and hanging in Peadars bar in the town of moate Co Westmeath Ireland. Located 10 miles from Athlone . This bar is a great example of old ireland with its quirky ornaments and decor. It has a very warm welcoming stove at the rear oof pub that makes you feel right at home.
The name An Móta is derived from the term motte-and-bailey, as the Normans built an example of this type of fortification here. The earthwork is still visible behind the buildings on the main street. The town later became an important marketplace and Quaker village. To the rear of peadars bar is an old quaker graveyard.