The Ha’penny Bridge – Dublin

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The Ha’penny Bridge – Dublin by Brian Keating

Original impressionistic ink and watercolour drawing on fine grain – heavyweight acid free paper. The Ha’penny Bridge is a pedestrian bridge built in May 1816 over the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland. Before the Ha’penny Bridge was built there were seven ferries, operated by a William Walsh, across the river Liffey. The ferries were in…

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Brian Keating

Brian Keating

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    Original impressionistic ink and watercolour drawing on fine grain – heavyweight acid free paper.

    The Ha’penny Bridge is a pedestrian bridge built in May 1816 over the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland.

    Before the Ha’penny Bridge was built there were seven ferries, operated by a William Walsh, across the river Liffey. The ferries were in a bad condition and Walsh was informed that he had to either fix them or build a bridge. Walsh chose the latter option and was granted the right to extract a ha’penny toll from anyone crossing it.

    Drawing Size: 17 cm wide X 21 cm high.
    Overall Paper Size: 20 cm wide X 24 cm high

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    The drawing will be packaged between 2 sheets of acid-free paper.

    2 sheets of acid-free cardboard.

    20 mm thick high density foam boards, front, back and sides.

    Outer covering of strong paper and tape.

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