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4th hole Kinsale golf links 4th hole Kinsale golf links
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Product description: Made with tubes of Passion. Visit me at, conor-murphy.pixels.com to view my complete gallery. This painting is actually 23 and three quarter inches Square x half inch This is an Acrylic painting on Canvas, the view is from the 4th hole at the Kinsale Golf Links at the Old Head of Kinsale Co Cork. Some of the world top golf players come to visit and play here. In the distance is the Light House and it is 18 km off this that On the 7th of May 1915 the Lusitania was torpedoed The sinking of the the Cunard Liner the Lusitania resulted in the deaths of 1,198 of the 1,959 people aboard. It was torpedoed off the Old Head by the Germans during World War I. If you are in Kinsale, this is worth a visit. Thank you for your visit to my gallery. It is much appreciated.
 
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4th hole Kinsale golf links

Fine Art Prints by Ireland Sculptured with tubes of passion

  • Shipping: $100.00
  • Product ID#: 215229
  • Dimensions: 24" width x24" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 2
  • Materials: Acrylic, Canvas
  • Subject: Inspirational, Landscape, Nature, Places, Seascape, Sports
  • Style: Impressionism
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Brown, Clay, Gray, Green, Mixed, Orange, Pink, Red, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: Made with tubes of Passion.
Visit me at, conor-murphy.pixels.com to view my complete gallery.

This painting is actually 23 and three quarter inches Square x half inch

This is an Acrylic painting on Canvas, the view is from the 4th hole at the Kinsale Golf Links ...
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Conor was born in Cork Ireland, and is presently living in West Cork Ireland. He loves the Land and Seascape of his country and some of life's little pleasures which he has included in his gallery. A lot of his work is in Impasto, this reflects the rich texture of the Irish landscape and especially the rugged landscape of the West Coast of Ireland I hope you find some enjoyment in my works, and welcome home. Thank you so much for stopping by, Conor read more