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This work shows the festivities surrounding the feast day of Saint Kevin, held annually on 3 June at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, where Kevin had founded a monastery in the sixth century. Though patrons (or patterns) were intended to have a devotional character, no such religious sentiment can be detected here. Instead, the scene is one of merriment and worldliness: dancing, drinking and the trading of goods.
oil on panel
86.4 x 137.8 cm
Botanic Gardens, Belfast, County Antrim BT9 5AB Northern IrelandView venue
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