1916 Print Series - Michael O'Hanrahan
Prints by David Rooney
Michael O’Hanrahan (1877–1916), born in New Ross, Co. Wexford, and reared in Carlow town, was a journalist and novelist. Active in the Gaelic League, he worked with an Irish-language printer and on the Irish Volunteers headquarters clerical staff. He kept secret the concussion he suffered in an accidental fall while serving during the rising in Jacob’s biscuit factory for fear of being ordered to hospital. He was executed on 4 May.
- The portrait is lithograph printed onto 500x 500mm (image area 280x270mm) cuts of uncoated Munken Lynx rough paper (170 g/m2), signed and numbered by David Rooney and limited to just 100 pressings.
- Prints conveniently fit Ikea ‘RIBBA’ frames.
Illustrator David Rooney’s artwork features in publications by The Folio Society, London, and in cultural centres such as the Titanic Experience, Belfast, King John’s Castle, Limerick; and the Stonehenge visitor centre.