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‘Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireas na daoine’

© Belfast City Hall. Photo credit: Belfast City Hall

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The painting celebrates five people who have made a significant contribution to Irish culture and language, both in Belfast and beyond and was unveiled by Lord Mayor Cllr Pat Convery in June 2010. The five people featured are Edward Bunting, musician and harp music collector, most renowned for transcribing music from oral-tradition harpists at the Belfast Harp Festival, including his 1840 collection, ‘The Ancient Music of Ireland’.

Belfast City Hall

Belfast


Date

2010

Medium

acrylic on canvas

Measurements

H 85 x W 140 cm (E)

Accession number

2010-024

Acquisition method

acquired, 2010

Work type

Painting


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Belfast City Hall

Donegal Place, Belfast, County Antrim BT1 5GS Northern Ireland

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