Man against Mountain
Man against Mountain by Bart Murzicz
- 018 x 52 cm (7 x 21 inches): €99.00
- 030 x 90 cm (12 x 35 inches): €250.00
- 25 x 75 cm (10 x 30 inches): €175.00
- Framed: No
- Location: Dublin,
- Country: Ireland
Na Cruacha Dubha, MacGillycuddy’s Reeks (“The Black Stacks”) is a mountain range in County Kerry, Ireland.
Stretching slightly over 19km, it includes the highest peaks in Ireland and the only peaks on the island that are over 1,000 meters high. The highest of these is Carrauntoohil (1,038 meters). The name of the range dates to 18th century. It is derived from the family or clan name Mac Giolla Mochuda (anglicised MacGillycuddy) who were a branch of the O’Sullivan’s clan. The clan chief, MacGillycuddy of the Reeks, owned lands in this part of Munster for a long time prior and continued to do so until the end o the 20th century.
Final image consists of 15 photographs merged together into a multi-exposure composite.
Printed on high quality photographic papers using 12 colour digital printer, produced exclusively by the artist.
Prices of prints:
€99 – 18 x 52cm (23 x 61cm including white border)
€175 – 25 x 75cm (30.5 x 81cm including white border)
€250 – 30 x 90cm (35.5 x 107cm including white border)
All works can be reproduced to very large sizes on special request.