Ballybeg Signpost | Limited Edition | 50 x 50 cm illustration


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Bally Beg (Baile Beag) Signpost by Dermot Flynn comes from a series of works created to honour the Irish dramatist and writer Brian Friel. Bally Beg is a fictional Donegal town made up by Friel that features in plays and stories.

Illustration Gift Ideas

Set in the summery meadow grass of an unspoiled crop of hillocks, the Bally Beg Signpost is a wonderful gift for lovers of Irish plays, writers and fiction.

Illustration Size & Delivery Information

This illustration is a limited edition gicleé print, sized 50 x 50 cm print and is signed by the artist Dermot Flynn. Gicleé prints use pigment based inks which are favoured for their long lasting qualities

Dermot’s illustrations are printed on Hahnemuhle PhotoRag 308gsm, a Museum Quality archival paper. They are sold unframed and shipped in a protective cardboard tube with a certificate of authenticity. Shipping can be calculated in your Cart after selecting your illustration choices and location.

About Brian Friel The Dramatist

Brian Friel was a Tony Award winning and (still is) a much celebrated dramatist who was born in Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Living both sides of the Irish border at one time or another, Friel’s plays were shown in Dublin, on Broadway, London’s West End and as far as St Petersburg in Russia.  His plays, such as Philadelphia, Here I Come!, The Freedom of The City, Translations and Dancing at Lughnasa earned him the description of being “the universally accented voice of Ireland ”.

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