Bolands Quay

Bolands Quay

Fergus O'Neill

Boland's Mill giclée print by Fergus O' Neill, depicting industrial landmark prior to re-development, listed on the bottom are all the names of the quays that run along the Liffey.

€48.00

€48.00

The second in a series of industrial landmarks of Dublin by illustrator Fergus O'Neill. An archival quality giclée print, this image captures beautifully, the industrial nature of this old flour mill in Dublin's Grand Canal Dock area. The large silos, built in the 1950's have now been demolished to accommodate the construction of the new "Boland's Quay" development. Listed at the bottom of the print are all of the original names of the quays that run along the river Liffey. Each quay was used for transporting a different product type; North Wall quay was for cattle, Fitzwilliam quay was for textiles and Grand Canal quay for coal and gas. This print is packaged in a crush-proof tube, ensuring it arrives to the recipient in perfect condition.

This print looks great alongside Fergus' original image of the Poolbeg towers.

Dimensions: 300mm x 594mm

The second in a series of industrial landmarks of Dublin by illustrator Fergus O'Neill. An archival quality giclée print, this image captures beautifully, the industrial nature of this old flour mill in Dublin's Grand Canal Dock area. The large silos, built in the 1950's have now been demolished to accommodate the construction of the new "Boland's Quay" development. Listed at the bottom of the print are all of the original names of the quays that run along the river Liffey. Each quay was used for transporting a different product type; North Wall quay was for cattle, Fitzwilliam quay was for textiles and Grand Canal quay for coal and gas. This print is packaged in a crush-proof tube, ensuring it arrives to the recipient in perfect condition.

This print looks great alongside Fergus' original image of the Poolbeg towers.

Dimensions: 300mm x 594mm

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