The Blasket Islands are emblematic of our county’s past: the years of Peig Sayers and her memoirs, of brave fisherman stitched for recognition, an oil-lamp fraternity of world renowned Irish writers, and finally, submission to the harsh reality of immigration and the total abandonment of their island way of life in 1956. Yet the Blasket Islands have risen again from the Atlantic sea to become a beacon of Irish folklore and culture, honouring the incredible fortitude of our island forbearers and recognising the literary prowess of its Celtic writers.
Blasket Islands '98
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Code: IRE 80
Printed & Framed In-Studio
Dimensions relate to paper size including white border and signature
Each print is produced using fine art photographic paper & Archival inks