Dublin Town Print: Molly Malone
Good old Molly, the dolly with the trolly (or the dish with the fish, the tart with the cart, the flirt with the skirt, the trollop with the scallop) or any number of terrible names Dubliners have given her over the years. Molly Malone is the infamous character from a song, who "wheeled her wheelbarrow, through streets broad and narrow" in Dublin city. She was a fishmonger who died from fever at a young age. A well-endowed statue of Molly is one of the most famous in Dublin, with thousands of visitors groping her chest and posing for photos with her each year. This fine art archival print designed and produced by Jando Design. Founded in 2015 by husband and wife Julie and Owen Mc Loughlin, Jando are a multi-award winning printmaking studio based in Dublin.
What's it made of?
Giclee art print on paper, signed by Jando. Printed using pigment based inks on fine art archival paper which means they retain their vivid colour for years.
How big is it?
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