Bicentennial Commemoration 1798-1998.
United Irishmen /
Brian Mór Ó Baoigill Agus Michilín Ó Lappan, '97 .
Two Greek columns supporting an entablature which bears the text "United Irishmen". Names of famous Irishmen such as Henry Munro and Michael Dwyer are inscribed on the columns. At the left column base a priest stands with a sword in right hand and with a green coloured flag behind him; at the right column a man stands with a pike in one hand and broken chains in his other hand, with the French flag behind him. Thirteen portraits United Irishmen are depicted within ovals within and outside of the columns. Text printed at bottom of sheet: "To subvert the Tyranny of Our Execreble Government ...To Substitute the Common Name of Irishman in place of Denominations of Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter - These were my means". - Wolfe Tone.
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New York : Repart Posters for Celtic Art, 1998.
Formerly held at PD HP (1798) 11.
Physical description: 1 print : photomechanical ; 76.3 x 56 cm.
Attributed to Brian Mór Ó Baoigill and Michilin Ó Lappan.
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Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.