The Fastnet rock Lighthouse off the coast of West Cork is the most important landfall off the Irish Coast. Its Gaelic name "Carrig Aonar" (lonely rock) is significant, for a lonelier place than the Fastnet would be difficult to imagine. It gained for itself the name "teardrop of Ireland" because it was the last bit of Ireland seen by immigrants on their journey to America. The Fastnet stands strong against the mighty Atlantic Ocean and the painting captures that strength and the respect the sea command.
Canvas Giclee size 16" x 20" signed & numbered
Canvas Giclee Framedsize 22" x 25" signed & numbered
Lithograph Framedsize 18" x 26" signed & numbered
Lithographsize 28" x 34" signed & numbered