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The Staircase of All Hallows  - Giclée Print.
The Staircase of All Hallows - Pen & Watercolor Sketch - Giclée Print by Bernice Cooke - Mounted to 8" x 10".
The Staircase of All Hallows  - Giclée Print.
Bernice Cooke Art

The Staircase of All Hallows - Giclée Print.

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Discover the historic All Hallows (All Saints) College, a revered missionary institution founded in 1842 by Rev. John Hand. In its inaugural year, the college welcomed eleven aspiring seminarians, marking the beginning of its esteemed legacy. Managed by the Vincentians from 1892, All Hallows continued its mission until 2016, when it closed due to dwindling student numbers. In a significant development, Dublin City University (DCU) acquired the college in June 2015, ensuring the preservation of its rich heritage.

The halls, classrooms, and staircases of All Hallows resonate with the echoes of the past, reminiscent of the 4000 priests once trained within these walls. This illustrious history is captured in the original artwork, skillfully crafted using pigment ink fine liner pens, watercolor pencils, and paint.

Presented as a limited edition print on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper, each piece is made with professional light-fast inks, guaranteeing lasting quality. As the artist, Bernice Cooke, I take pride in the individuality of each print, meticulously titling, numbering, and signing each one.

Please note that this high-quality print is offered unmounted and unframed, providing you with the flexibility to display it in a way that suits your aesthetic. It is shipped securely in a postal tube, and the accompanying photos are for illustrative purposes only.

This print represents not just a piece of art but a fragment of Irish educational and religious history. It's an opportunity to own a moment captured in time by Bernice Cooke, 2024. Remember, the copyright and image reproduction rights are retained by the artist and do not transfer with the sale of the print."