Eamonn Ceannt - Green Gallery

Eamonn Ceannt

By Jim FitzPatrick

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Ceannt used a contingent at the MarrowBone Lane Distillery to enfilade the passing soldiers; grinding attacks broke through to the Women’s Infirmary. On Tuesday 25 April, the British could have closed off the battle, but failed to press home the advantage when the 4th Royal Dublin Fusiliers arrived, and Ceannt continued to hold out with 20 times fewer men. On Thursday 27 April, a British battalion made south, as far as the Rialto Bridge, when Ceannt’s outposts opened fire. The British were forced to tunnel into the buildings and, as Ceannt’s numbers reduced, it was increasingly involved in close quarter fighting. His unit saw intense fighting at times during the week, but surrendered when ordered to do so by his superior officer Padraic Pearse.


Available in 4 sizes:


Signed Giclée Print
21cm x 29.7cm Unframed
26cm x 34.7cm Framed



Signed Giclée Print
29.7cm x 42cm Unframed
34.7cm x 47cm Framed 



Prints are Signed Limited Editions of 295 and are embossed as proof of authenticity
42cm x 59.4cm Unframed
47cm x 64.4cm Framed



Prints are Signed Limited Editions of 95 and are embossed as proof of authenticity
59.4cm x 84.1cm Unframed
64.4cm x 89.1cm Framed

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