Belfast Central Library.
I had to draw the Belfast Library because in my lifetime it's a building that's always been there. I love being surrounded by books and thankfully so do my children.
Belfast Library was the first major public library built in Ireland. It was designed to reflect Belfast's' growing ambitions. It also miraculously survived undamaged through the Belfast Blitz, World War 2 and The Troubles ~ A well deserved round applause for that!
Details + Epson Archival Matt Paper 192g. All reproduction prints are signed by myself.
Measurements + A3+ measures 329 x 483 mm.
Helpful Info + This print is posted unframed. Belfast Library gicleé print will be wrapped snuggly in acidfree tissue paper and posted in a hard shell poster tube to ensure safe delivery.
Why we love it + The Giclee is a perfect way to bring colour, personality and original art into your home.
Each product is an original design by Flax Fox
Flax Fox draws her inspiration from local Northern Ireland landmarks and heritage buildings