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St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork - Giclée Print
St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork - Giclée Print
St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork - Giclée Print
Bernice Cooke Art

St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork - Giclée Print

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St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, a landmark of Cork, Ireland, radiates history and spirituality from its revered location, where the city's patron saint once established his original church and school. This architectural gem, a cornerstone of the Church of Ireland's diocese, stands opposite the Bishop's residence, creating a picturesque view just beyond the cathedral's gates.

Conceived by the illustrious William Burges, St. Fin Barre's Cathedral is a celebration of artistic excellence. Each element – from the stained glass and sculptures to the mosaics, bespoke furniture, and intricate metalwork – is imbued with Burges' distinctive artistic vision. Laid down in 1865, the first stone marked the beginning of what would become a Gothic marvel, officially consecrated five years later. The cathedral, designed in the sophisticated pointed Gothic style of the late 13th century, forms a cross shape, with its towering spires stretching skyward. The western façade of the cathedral is especially notable for its elaborate portals and the exterior's rich stone carvings, crafted from local Cork limestone and marble, exemplifying the region's rich heritage.

This striking portrayal of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral is available as a limited edition print, meticulously produced on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper using professional light-fast inks, ensuring the preservation of its vivid colors and intricate details.

Each print is a unique collector's item, individually titled, numbered, and signed by the artist, Bernice Cooke. It's important to note that the print is sold unmounted and unframed, providing the opportunity for personal customization. The print is carefully rolled and shipped in a postal tube for optimal protection.

While the accompanying photos serve as a visual guide, the original artwork and its rights are exclusively held by Bernice Cooke ©2024. Please be aware that the purchase of this print does not grant any rights for image reproduction.