Dublin's own Ha'Penny Bridge, also known as the Liffey Bridge, was first built in 1816 and for 184 years it was the city’s only pedestrian bridge across the Liffey River.
The Original Painting has been captured using acrylic paint, using a map as my canvas. The Original Painting measures approx. 8.3" x 11.8" / 21 x 30 cm , and is displayed in a white mount, paired with a glass fronted black frame*
The Print version is available in two sizes;
- A5 (14.8 x 21cm/ 5.8" x 8.3") with mount (8" x 10") or glass fronted black frame
- A4 (21 x 29.7 cm/ 8.3" x 11.7") with mount (12"x16") or glass fronted black frame*
*A white or a wooden frame are also available for A4 framed prints or the original painting (please request an alternative frame to email@example.com)