[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.
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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