Name : ‘Pint?’'
Size : A4 / A3
Print type : Digital on 300gram
Limited to 200
Numbered and signed by the artist
Print Comes with Free Stickers
This print is limited to 200 which is divided into A4 and A3 prints.
Print is backed on a hand painted and signed board and wrapped in a plastic sleeve.
If you would like it framed please email me for details.
Print available in beautiful bespoke wooden frame contact me for details
Posted in padded envelope
P&P world wide is free on this print !!
Though a tavern has existed on this site since the 1780’s, this premises first attained great fame in the 1830’s as ‘John Bull’s Albion Hotel and Tavern’. This was one of the most sought after premises of the age in close proximity to ‘Dublin’s Theatreland’ and the fashionable stores of Dame Street and College Green. A popular music hall business was developed on the site, a trend continued by proprietors Alica and Henry Murphy during the 1840’s. William Wormington succeeded them here in the 1860’s and James Kennedy took the reins in the 1880’s.