Seachtmhain na Gaedhilge [Seachtain na Gaeilge]: language collection now on: on which side are you? /
S. T. [Sadhbh Trinseach]
|Main Creator:||Chenevix Trench, Frances Georgiana, 1891-1918, artist.|
Broadside poster promoting the Gaelic League's 'Seachtain na Gaeilge' [then spelt 'Seachtmhain na Gaeilge'] fundraising efforts. The poster depicts two female figues, one representing Éire, the other 'West Britain'. Éire is dressed in a red robe with decorative interlace design at the top; she holds a spear in her hand and ribbons that connect her to ships dotted around the coast of Ireland. West Britain, is dressed in the Union Jack and crouches on the east coast of Ireland looking towards England with outstretched palm. The artist has signed the initials of her name in Irish on the broadside poster [Frances Georgiana Chenevix Trench was generally known known as Cesca Trench; S. T. stands for her name in Irish which was Sadhbh Trínseach].
|Published / Created:||
[Dublin : Gaeilge League, 1913]
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly held at call number EDU/1910-20/1.
Physical description: 1 poster : col. ill. ; 76 x 99 cm.
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