This former police barracks at Annacarty, Co. Tipperary played a very important part in Irish history.
It was was originally constructed as an RIC barracks in the early 19th Century and saw considerable action during the conflicts prior to the foundation of the Irish state.In the spring of 1922, the truce had been signed and the barracks handed over to the volunteers. The children of Annacarty N.S. marched up the hill to the barracks and sang Amhrán na bhFiann for the volunteers as they raised the tri-colour.
We have given this old ruin a contemporary twist.
SKETCHICO prints are hand painted digitally, generated from their own photography and printed with archival quality inks on premium photo-based paper.
- Prints are mounted using a single mount frame and protected by a cellophane bag
- Our artwork are available in contemporary box frames with hinge hooks ready to hang
- Measurements refer to the size of the mounted print and the image size of the print insert.
Also, our prints are made in Ireland and all materials are sourced from Irish suppliers!