This illustration presents all those who were directly affected by the events of the 1916 Easter Rising. It depicts the wide range of diverse groups that made up the brigades and factions of the Irish Volunteers, the Irish Citizens Army, and Cumann na mBan. Among those involved are the British administration are the Dublin Metropolitan Police, and the various Irish regiments of the British Army that found themselves stationed back in Ireland from the Great War during that time, many of whom were in Irish regiments and so primarily Irish themselves. But also amidst the badges are the civilains of Dublin who suffered most casualties and whose lives were most deeply affected by those events.
Giclée archival prints available €70 (40 x 50cm)