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? The original painting is acrylic on paper.
This giclée print is sold with a 2" off-white mat. Final measurements are 23 3/8 x 14 11/16".
The print is signed & dated twice to indicate that it is a duplicate.
This is a giclée print of an original acrylic painting. The print is signed & dated in addition to the original signature to indicate that it is a reproduction.
The high-resolution image of the painting has been printed on natural tone coldpress paper.
This item is sealed in a clear plastic sleeve & will be shipped in a cardboard envelope for protection.
Sale price does not include tax or shipping.
Print ships standard USPS.
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