Landscape format in acrylics. View down fish-eyed street, of deep orange buildings with grey details and black windows, at the Spire rising up almost to the top of the painting, against the yellow sky with a hint of green. Street surface is orange with grey details. Corner of GPO and opposite corner of Henry St and O'Connell St, are behind Spire either side of it. Signed top right: Liam Daly.

North Earl Street (Dublin)

Painted 2020
On canvas, 50 x 40 cm (19.7″ x 15.7″)
Price €390 (+€13 Registered post to Ireland; +€26-€49 to rest of the world)

I like North Earl Street. I’ve previously painted the James Joyce Statue as it looked out from North Earl St over O’Connell Street to the G.P.O. but in this painting I’ve celebrated the street itself instead. And a little thing called the Spire. I love shapes. Especially shapes with right angles. So buildings and whole streets are positively like a fairground to me. If you like your shops you’ll recognise Dunnes Stores. And if you like your tea you’ll like the old Kylemore. This painting was in progress for two years and it reminds me – as the song says – that Dublin keeps on changing.

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