Easter 1916 by WB Yeats
WB Yeats - 'Easter 1916' is one of the most powerful poems of the 20th century. The poem was written in September 1916 in response to events at Easter and the backdrop is the GPO Dublin in shades of green.
"All changed, changed utterly:
A terrible beauty is born."
It’s a giclee print framed size 72cm high x 32cm wide.
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.