Samuel Beckett Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Dublin that joins Sir John Rogerson’s Quay on the south side of the River Liffey to Guild Street and North Wall Quay in the Docklands area. The bridge takes the name of Samuel Beckett, a Dublin native who won a Nobel Prize in literature and was designed by famed architect Santiago Calatrava who built it in the shape of a harp.
This Irish landscape photography picture is printed directly on aluminium using top-grade UV fine art inks.
Colours are highly saturated, even in large monochrome sections. Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction. Direct prints on aluminium are matte and glare-free, but the whites and bright areas have a faint, silky gloss.
– Aluminium dibond 3mm with a white coating
– Printed directly on the aluminium using a modern, 7-color technique and top-grade UV Inks
– Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction
– Matte and glare-free
– Includes aluminium hanging rails
*Multiple framing options and larger sizes are available. Please email me for further information and to discuss your options.