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The Honan Chapel, University College Cork - Giclée Print.
The Honan Chapel, University College Cork - Giclée Print.
The Honan Chapel, University College Cork - Giclée Print.
Bernice Cooke Art

The Honan Chapel, University College Cork - Giclée Print.

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"Explore the historic Honan Chapel, a revered Catholic sanctuary situated within the University College Cork (UCC) campus. This architectural masterpiece was established during a pivotal era in Irish history, amidst the War of Independence, between 1915 and 1917, and opened its doors for worship in November 1916.

Dedicated to St. Finbarr of Cork, the Honan Chapel not only serves as a spiritual haven for UCC's students and staff but also stands as a symbol of Irish cultural revival in the early 20th century. This period marked a significant shift in Irish arts and crafts, as the nation sought to assert its identity and artistic independence from British influence, encapsulated in the unique design and craftsmanship of this building.

This remarkable historical and cultural landmark has been beautifully captured in an original artwork by Bernice Cooke, using pigment ink fine liner pens, watercolor pencils, and paint.

Available as a limited edition print, each piece is meticulously crafted on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper with professional light-fast inks, ensuring the preservation of the artwork's rich colors and intricate details. Every high-quality print is a collector's item, individually titled, numbered, and personally signed by Bernice Cooke, adding to its exclusivity and value.

Please note that the print is sold unmounted and unframed, and is securely shipped in a postal tube. The photos provided are for reference only.

By purchasing this print, you not only acquire a piece of art but also a fragment of Ireland's rich cultural heritage and history. However, it's important to remember that the image copyright ©2024 by Bernice Cooke and its reproduction rights do not transfer with the sale of the print."