[Kruger Kavanagh's pub, Dunquin, County Kerry]
C.[Christopher] M. Doran.
|Main Creator:||Doran, C. M., (1900-1981), artist|
Watercolour of "Kruger" Kavanagh's pub, Ballinaraha, Dún Chaoin, Co. Kerry. Muiris “Kruger” Kavanagh was dubbed “Kruger” after Paul Kruger, a famous Boer leader. He migrated to the US but returned to Ireland after 16 years and established this pub. Inscribed in watercolour lower left of image: 'To my friend Kruger - Aug.16th 1945, C.M. Doran'. Inscribed in pencil on verso upper left: 'August 16th 1946. With all good wishes from C.M. Doran + F. Colbert'.
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Aug 16th 1946.
Formerly held at NLI call number PD 3146 TA.
Ms. Accession No. 4976 Transferred in 2000 from the NLI Manuscripts Dept. to the Department of Prints and Drawings
Physical description: 1 drawing : watercolour ; 17.6 x 25.2 cm..
Varying form of title: ["Kruger" [Maurice or Muiris] Kavanagh's pub, Dún Chaoin, County Kerry]
From the Papers of Kruger [Maurice or Muiris] Kavanagh of Dunquin, Co. Kerry.
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