Ink and watercolour. Red-brick 2-storey building with square clock tower at right end topped with a grey wooden cupola. Has black signage saying "Dock Office" and others indicative of a pub. Slate roof rendered in blue and purple with orange trim along the top. Metal kegs are stacked outside main door at left end. White background with no other buildings or details.

The Harbourmaster (Dublin)

New Painting no 39
Update: SOLD

“The Harbourmaster” (Dublin)

Ink and Watercolours

On paper, 24 cm x 18 cm (9.5″ x 7″)  

Price €75 (+ €8 Registered post to Ireland; €15 P&P to rest of world) 

The 39th painting, is the final picture on the fifth and final night of my year-end sale is a small one. It’s a pub.

The former harbour master’s house is in the docklands on the northside of Dublin’s Liffey quite close to Connolly Station. I have been in the pub, of course, but the day I painted this I stood outside and when I’d eventually finished I didn’t reward myself with a pint inside for some reason. I love a lot of the buildings in the docklands on both sides of the river. Would love to spend a month painting just Dublin’s docklands. But who has a month? I do have a notion for one particular scene I’m going to paint on the southside next time I get a chance to paint for a day and the weather co-operates.

But anyway, The Harbourmaster – if you’d like to buy it then shout at me publicly and/or privately and if you do so first then I’ll contact you privately to make arrangements – which will likely be by bank transfer or cash. If this painting isn’t one you’d like to buy you could still help me by spreading word about it in whatever way takes your fancy.






One response to “The Harbourmaster (Dublin)”

  1. Liam avatar

    UPDATE: This painting is now SOLD.

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