Port Side – Poolbeg Lighthouse, Dublin


The Poolbeg Lighthouse is located at the end of the Great South Wall in Dublin where the River Liffey flows into the Irish Sea. The original lighthouse here was built in 1768 however it was redesigned into its present form in 1820. It was painted red to indicate ‘port side’ for ships entering Dublin Bay and the North Bull Lighthouse (on the other side of the bay) is painted green to indicate ‘starboard’. On its inception, the Poolbeg Lighthouse was driven by candlelight.

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Original Oil on canvas, signed by the artist and supplied with Certificate of Authenticity.  Framed as shown.  Part of the Coast 2022 collection.

Image size 40cm x 30cm Framed size: 54cm x 63cm.

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