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The artist has written that 'With this particular painting I was pitching a sense of my own past against a sentimental tourist postcard version of a part of Irish culture. In the appropriation of a tourist artefact, I was interested in questions which may arise within the construction of identity and cultural identity; and also to what extent the audience or tourist plays in the conception of such images.
oil on scanned canvas
H 183 x W 244.2 cm
purchased from Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, 1991
verso l: 'hop 1,2' MAGILL '91 oil on SCANNED CANVAS