Robert Ballagh Prints for sale

Commemorative Art Offer

Signed high-quality prints from Robert Ballagh

Each of the prints is limited to 200 copies and is signed by the artist and numbered


The Howth gunrunning: Molly Childers and Mary Spring-Rice aboard the Asgard. REF No. HI/P/1

The artist depicts Molly Childers and Mary Spring-Rice on Erskine Childers’s yacht the Asgard, seen as through a telescope off the coast of Dublin. Here, Ballagh reinterprets a well-know image, taken from a photograph and first published in F.X. Martin’s The Howth gunrunning and the Kilcoole gunrunning, 1914 published in Dublin in 1964.

High-quality Giclée print.
Size: 396mm x 400mm

BrianBoru(Ballagh)webBrian Boru: emperor of the Irish. REF No. HI/P/2

Ballagh has reimagined the iconic 18th-century image of Brian Boru as emperor of the Irish which first appeared as the frontispiece of The general history of Ireland by Dermo’d O’Connor… (1723), an English translation of Geoffrey Keating’s Foras feasa ar Éirinn.

High-quality Giclée print
Size: 300mm x 390mm


Irish Volunteers with hurleys. REF No. HI/P/3

An image of the early days of the Irish Volunteers, depicted here without uniforms or weapons, drilling with hurleys. Based on a photograph (date and location unknown), Ballagh has imagined the men representing different aspects of the social spectrum — in the process imparting a personality to each of the volunteers.

High-quality Giclée print.
Size: 410mm x 395mm

Brendan Behan. REF No. HI/P/4

Ballagh has reimagined an iconic 1950s photograph of Brendan Behan, used on the cover of our November/December 2014 issue, brilliantly capturing the brashness and colourful nature of of Behan’s character.


buttons High-quality Giclée print.
Size: 300mm x 280mm

All of these superb artworks are printed on Hahnemuehle 310g/m² German Etching Paper

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