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The Palm House Mounted A5 Print

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Dive into the tranquility of Belfast's historical Palm House with this exquisite A5 print by the talented Belfast-based artist Deborah Hill. A symbol of Belfast's rich Victorian history, the Palm House stands as one of the earliest curvilinear cast-iron glasshouses, dating back to the 1830s. This marvel of architecture, designed by Charles Lanyon and Richard Turner, now lives in this captivating print.

The Palm House, a masterpiece from the late 1830s, symbolizes Belfast's industrial strength during the Victorian era. It consists of two wings, the cool wing and the tropical wing, housing diverse flora including a 400-year-old Xanthorrhoea and an 11-meter-tall globe spear lily.

About Deborah Hill:

Deborah Hill, a Belfast native, skilfully brings her digital artistry to life using an iPad and Photoshop. Drawing inspiration from Northern Irish landmarks, Deborah's art celebrates the familiar beauty of her homeland, particularly captured during the focused period of the Lockdown in 2020.


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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