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The Duke of York Mounted A5 Print


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Sale price£15.00

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Description

Deborah Hill's 'Duke of York A5 Print', a stunning portrayal of one of Belfast's most iconic and historical pubs. Situated in the charming Half Bap area, along a quaint, cobbled alleyway, the Duke of York is more than just a pub; it's a living museum of Belfast's rich history and culture. With its traditional Belfast welcome, the pub is renowned for its lively atmosphere, featuring live music sessions that range from traditional to rock, and even hosted the first gig of the internationally-acclaimed band Snow Patrol in 1998.

The Duke of York, owned by Willie Jack since the early 1980s, has a remarkable story. It has been serving patrons for over 200 years, but faced a devastating event in 1972 when a bomb explosion, not targeting the pub itself, led to its destruction. The rebuilt pub now stands as a testament to Belfast's resilience and spirit. Inside, the walls are adorned with artefacts from Belfast's distilling history, including original murals, Belfast phrases, and memorabilia collected over 30 years from pubs across Ulster, reflecting the soul of the city.

Add this exquisite print to your collection and bring a piece of Belfast's pub culture and history into your home or office. The Duke of York A5 Print by Deborah Hill is perfect for anyone who appreciates the blend of art, history, and the enduring charm of Belfast's pub life.

About Deborah Hill:

Deborah Hill, a talented artist born and raised in Belfast, captures the essence of this storied pub with her unique digital art style. Her depiction of the Duke of York showcases the pub's historical architecture, vibrant energy, and the warmth of its interior.

Specifications:

Printed on premium Fotospeed Matt Ultra 240gsm Fine Art paper, this A5 size artwork (21x29.7 cm) brings a piece of Northern Ireland's charm into your home. Each print is meticulously mounted in a pure white A4 mount, ensuring it's ready to be displayed or framed as desired.

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