This item is a print.
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Annascaul is a small populated region in southwest Ireland, on the Dingle Peninsula. The road that runs through Annascaul, connecting the towns of Tralee & Dingle, is surrounded by mountains on either side. This view of the valley is from a side road that connects to Inch Beach, one of my favorite places to visit during my first trip to Ireland in 2013. The title is an homage to a number of traditional Irish tunes whose names include a road to a particular place, leaving up to the imagination the nature of the journey. What is there to look forward to? What will be missed?
This giclée print measures 13 3/4" tall & 22 1/4" & is sold with a 2" off-white mat.
The print is signed & dated twice to indicate that it is a duplicate.
This item is sealed in a clear plastic sleeve & will be shipped in a cardboard envelope for protection.
I ship USPS Priority mail, & packages are sent out 1-3 business days from day of purchase.
I do not ship this print internationally.
If the print arrives in damaged condition (includes water damage, rips, or creases), I will happily exchange the print for a similar print or piece of equal value. Buyer pays return shipping.
If you are at all unsatisfied with your purchase, please don't hesitate to return it within 7 days of your purchase for a full refund.
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