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The Tholsel Gate, Tholsel Street, Carlingford - Giclée Print.
The Tholsel Gate, Tholsel Street, Carlingford - Pen & Watercolor Sketch - Giclée Print by Bernice Cooke - mounted to 10" x 8".
The Tholsel Gate, Tholsel Street, Carlingford - Giclée Print.
Bernice Cooke Art

The Tholsel Gate, Tholsel Street, Carlingford - Giclée Print.

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Discover the enchanting "Tholsel Gate, Tholsel Street, Carlingford" print, a unique representation of Ireland's medieval heritage. This artwork captures the essence of the Tholsel Gate, a historic gem dating back to circa 1450. The structure, a single-bay two-story former gatehouse complete with a classic carriage arch, stands as a rare monument from medieval Ireland.

The original creation of this stunning piece was skillfully executed using pigment ink fine liner pens combined with the subtle hues of watercolor pencils and paint, bringing life and authenticity to the work.

What makes this print truly special is its production on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper, renowned for its longevity and quality. Utilizing professional light-fast inks ensures that each print remains vibrant and true to the original hues over time.

This limited edition print, a collector's item, is individually titled, numbered, and comes with the signature of the acclaimed artist Bernice Cooke, adding a personal touch of authenticity. Please note, each print is sold unmounted and unframed, allowing you the freedom to customize its presentation to suit your space.

For safe and secure delivery, we ship the print in a sturdy postal tube. Although photos are provided for reference, please be aware that the actual print may vary slightly in color due to screen settings.

Finally, it's important to acknowledge that while purchasing this print, you acquire a piece of art, but the image reproduction rights remain with artist Bernice Cooke ©2024. This means the art can be enjoyed in your personal space, but the creative rights are retained by the artist.