Ruth Moloney "Joyce's Tower - Sandycove" Framed Print

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Description: "They halted while Haines surveyed the tower and said at last; - Rather bleak in winter time I should say. Martello you call it?" - James Joyce, Ulysses. The Martello Tower in Sandycove (or 'Joyce's Tower' as it is fondly known by locals) features heavily in the first chapter of Ulysses and as such is a key point of interest and celebration amongst Bloomsday enthusiasts. Apart from its obvious historical significance, it is a very beautiful and iconic landmark in the gorgeous fishing village of Sandycove and serves as a popular meeting point for bathers and walkers alike.

Ruth Moloney’s uniquely joyous collection of Irish landscape, people and nature are warm, sentimental and nostalgic. Her vibrant colour palette and loose style reflects the movement and beauty of her subjects while each piece tells its own story. Her fine art limited edition prints are based on her original oil paintings which have been created using the impasto palette knife technique. Each print is mounted, framed and ready to hang. All prints are signed and titled by Ruth.

  • Small frame: 13" x 11"
  • Large frame: 21" x 17"
  • Signed and titled by Artist
  • Mounted and ready to hang in white wooden frame
  • Made in Ireland