Thomas MacDonagh - Green Gallery

Thomas MacDonagh

By Jim FitzPatrick

€295.00
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IRISH REVOLUTIONARY. EXECUTED 1916.

During the rising, MacDonagh’s battalion was stationed at the massive complex of Jacob’s Biscuit Factory. On the way to this destination the battalion encountered the veteran Fenian, John MacBride, who on the spot joined the battalion as second-in-command, and in fact took over part of the command throughout Easter Week, although he had had no prior knowledge and was in the area by accident. MacDonagh’s original second in command was Michael O’Hanrahan.

As it was, despite MacDonagh’s rank and the fact that he commanded one of the strongest battalions, they saw little fighting, as the British Army avoided the factory as they established positions in central Dublin. MacDonagh received the order to surrender on 30 April, though his entire battalion was fully prepared to continue the engagement.

Available in 4 sizes:

A4

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

 

A3

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

 

A2

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

 

A1

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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