Botanic Gardens Dublin

Botanic Gardens Dublin

Martina Scott

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€92.00

€92.00

The National Botanic Gardens in Dublin were established in 1795, funded by the Royal Dublin Society, initially to promote a scientific approach to agriculture and then in pursuit of botanical knowledge. Richard Turner the great Dublin iron-master had already supplied an iron house to Belfast Gardens, and he persuaded the RDS that such a house would be a better investment than a wooden house. 

It is one of these iconic curvilinear glass houses that can be seen in the background of Martina's botanical scene. Screen-printed on Irish linen in a deep teal colour, this limited edition print is one of 100, framed with a satisfyingly wide white mount, signed and numbered.

The image measures 20cm x 20cm, with the mount it measures 50cm x 50cm 

The National Botanic Gardens in Dublin were established in 1795, funded by the Royal Dublin Society, initially to promote a scientific approach to agriculture and then in pursuit of botanical knowledge. Richard Turner the great Dublin iron-master had already supplied an iron house to Belfast Gardens, and he persuaded the RDS that such a house would be a better investment than a wooden house. 

It is one of these iconic curvilinear glass houses that can be seen in the background of Martina's botanical scene. Screen-printed on Irish linen in a deep teal colour, this limited edition print is one of 100, framed with a satisfyingly wide white mount, signed and numbered.

The image measures 20cm x 20cm, with the mount it measures 50cm x 50cm 

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Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey established Irish Design Shop in 2008. A love of Irish craft and good design led these two jewellers to set up a retail space which offered customers both. Irish craft was witnessing a revival at this time, with a new breed of Irish designer/maker producing exciting, design-led products which embraced traditional and new techniques.

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