Lying on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland, Inis Mór is the largest of the Aran Islands at the mouth of Galway Bay. A continuation of The Burren, this beautiful, stark, limestone landscape is unique. The island is of great historical importance with the site of Dún Aonghasa, an ancient archaeological site dating back to 1100BC, standing facing the ocean. It has seen the comings & goings of the Celts, the arrival of Christianity, invasions, sieges, famine & evictions.
The island life, its language, customs & traditions have held great influence on literature & the arts. Whether seeking to find something, an aspect of lost Irish culture or collect the folklore & stories of the islands, this isolated Aran Island is a place apart & close to many.
Limited edition Giclée Fine Art print. Printed to museum quality on 305gsm Photo Rag by the Copper House Gallery, Dublin.
30cm x 30cm
Packaging: A4 (29.7cm x 21cm) sizes and under are shipped flat packed in a padded envelope. Any sizes over A4 are shipped in a kraft tube for added protection. When your print arrives I would recommend you take your print out of the tube and hang as soon as possible.
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