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- limited edition print of original pen and ink drawing
- edition of 200 (divided into 3 sizes)
- printed on archival paper using ultrachrome archival inks
- poem is included with the print
drew this piece in the Autumn in St. Anne’s park. On the first day I sat underneath a huge old oak tree and on the following day I found a beautiful copper beech tree to sit under. The oak trees (holm oak) at St. Anne’s were planted during Lord and Lady Ardilaun’s time at St. Anne’s in the late 1800’s. Lord Ardilaun was also known as Sir Arthur Edward Guinness – great grandson of the founder of the Guinness Brewery. Lord and Lady Ardilaun were both keen plants-people and the holm oak was said to be Lord Ardilaun’s favourite tree.