The original of this Dublin painting is sold but prints are available (scroll down past t-shirts and other items for Art Prints and other forms of prints).
The view is from Sandycove where I watched the two kayakers set out into Scotsman’s Bay towards Dún Laoghaire. That is the back of the East Pier stretching out into Dublin Bay, with the dark band of riprap protecting it from the sea. The masts of boats inside the harbour can be seen. Beyond are the two chimney stacks of the Poolbeg power station. Disused now they are still a landmark of Dublin and among the tallest structures in Ireland.
“Poolbeg, Kayakers, Sunlight” was similar to a previous painting but different in a few places – especially in how the water was rendered – and larger. It was a commission and is among my most popular prints.