City Icon West
Of the many entries to the west, none have stood as open for as long as the Browne Doorway of Eyre Square. A present from the past, the frame is the only remains of an early 17th century family home.
Living in plain view and still bearing the “Marriage Stone” of the powerful Brown and Lynch families, the symbolic union stands testament to the character, culture and pride of the west, as generations of stories, music and banter add to the local love affair.
But just as every path has two directions, so too has every entry an exit. For those who set sail towards shores as scattered as the winds, sláinte, we’ll keep the door open...
nature of her character. From the open invitation to the farewell
pints, her legacy lives on. You pass through many doors in life,
some pass through you.”
- Signed by artist Kate Ó
- Limited Edition ~ 400
- Hand Drawn / Hand Screen Printed
- Embossed and numbered
- Bockingford Paper - 300gsm Cream
- Size - 353x500mm (B3)
- Print only- unframed
Views from Eyres Square Pubs:
- Skeffington Arms
- Fibber Magees
- Hotel Meverick
Designed and printed in Ireland