Song of the Wandering Aengus by W B Yeats
The Song of the wandering Aengus was written in 1897 and published in W B Yeats 1899 collection The Wind Among The Reeds. The 1837 antiquarian map location used is the north shore of Lough Gill near Hazel Wood County Sligo.
Unframed Mounted Giclee Print. Celo Bag Ideal for posting.
Framed under glass. White wood frame.
Working with Sligo based graphic designer Daragh Stuart we have set the poetry of W.B. Yeats against 1837 antiquarian maps of the County Sligo locations that inspired him to write some of his greatest poetry. The prints are wonderful gifts, a little piece of Sligo for visitors to take away and for family and friends overseas.
Giclee prints are a state-of-the-art rendering, merging professional grade digital print with archival pigment inks and fine-art watercolour papers. The paper used is an acid free unbuffered pulp which along with the pigmented inks will last over 75 years without fading, if not displayed in direct sunlight.
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