Pete Hogan, No 1 Merrion Square (Oscar wilde's House) (1980s)
Atmospheric depiction of one of Dublin's iconic Georgian buildings. This is No 1 Merrion Square, the childhood home of Oscar Wilde. Viewed from under the canopy of trees across the road, where a statue of a recumbent Oscar Wilde now resides. In its own right, this is an airy pen and ink and watercolour that captures the colours, mood and architecture of this very special corner of Dublin.... only a stone's throw from our Howbert & Mays shop, kitty-corner at 16 Clare Street.
Pete Hogan is a Dublin artist whose street scenes and architectural drawings have documented Dublin life and architecture for almost four decades. He has sailed around the world and is also an accompoished maritime artist.
Signed bottom right. Watercolour on paper 24cm x 38cm. Framed with archival quality mounting and museum quality UV protecting, non-reflecting glass..
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