By the banks of the Pigeon House
The Pigeon House, The Poolbeg Generating Station or also colloquially known as The Poolbeg Stacks is a power station owned and operated by the Electricity Supply Board of Ireland (ESB).
The chimneys are located on the Poolbeg peninsula, an artificial peninsula built of reclaimed land to the east of Dublin, on the south bank of Dublin Port.
Its two chimneys, at just over 207 metres, are visible over much of Dublin, making them one of the most well-known landmarks in Dublin and one of the tallest structures in Ireland.
Inspired by Black and white darkroom techniques, this image has hues of sepia seeping through the muted textured background. The red and white painted towers are symbolic of old hand painted photographs.
See close up image for closer details.
* artwork comes unframed. The framed photographs are for illustration purposes only.
* print colours may vary slightly from your monitor.
- The photographs are printed on Fine Art Matte Hahnemühle Paper.
- Image sizes include a small white border for mounting.
- The Prints are emboss stamped and numbered on the back.
- All photographs are printed using the Giclee print method.
- Prints are 100% archival - meaning the colour will not fade.
- Each photograph is a Limited Edition Print. Once the number of copies stated are sold, this photograph will no longer be for sale.
Shipping and delivery:
- All Photographs are printed to order.
- Giclee Archival Prints can take up to 5 working days to prepare.
- International Shipping costs will be calculated at the check out.
Prints up to 30x40cm are carefully packaged in a clear archival sleeve are sent in a rigid cardboard envelope using an envelope stiffener to avoid any bending.
Prints larger than 30x40cm are wrapped in archival tissue for protection and are sent in wide 100mm diameter tube.