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Nicholas Finn: Tianic Pub and Kitchen

This oil on canvas painting is another excellent example of Nicholas Finn's characteristic style of brush work, while still capturing the ornate details of this building in the citys Cathedral Quarter. The Titanic Pub and Kitchen has already become a firm favourite in Belfast's booming tour industry and proudly presents this print on its walls.

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Norman Whitla: Titanic Tug

This painting is another excellent example of Whitla’s ability as not just a painter but as a historian with an eye for detail, not only in the depiction of the Titanic but also in her accompanying boats in the foreground.  He has captured the beautiful light of the day when the Titanic set sail with her tugboats. Again you can see the size of the ‘Ship of Dreams’ when she launched, in comparison to the boats that saw her out to sea. Acrylic on Canvas. 

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This painting in acrylic is of the RMS Titanic and the RMS Nomadic. The Nomadic was built as a tender to the RMS Titanic and RMS Olympic. She was launched in 1911 and is the last surviving White Star Line Vessel in the world. The Nomadic carried passengers, luggage, mail and ships supplies to and from the ocean liners that were too big to dock in the Cherbourg harbour. In this depiction you can see how Whitla has an extraordinary eye for detail and keeps his paintings completely historically accurate. From this painting you can appriciate the sheer size of the Titanic in comparison to other ships and therefore you can understand why it went down in history before it was even launched. Acrylic on Canvas.

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Nicholas Finn: Victoria Square

Nick Finn’s oil on canvas painting of Victoria Square shopping centre is https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra-en-ligne-belgique/ another image of Belfast renewed. It was opened in March 2008 and was one of the biggest and most expensive property developments ever undertaken in Northern Ireland. It has since boomed and attracts thousands of people every day to its array of shops and restaurants. 

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Nicholas Finn: Harland and Wolff Gates

The H&W gates give us a glimpse of the shipyard as it was in its boom era. These gates are a rare structure that has survived the modern overhaul of the area and have been captured here by Nick Finn in oil on canvas. In the background you can see the famous Samson and Goliath cranes that have dominated our skyline and been the international symbol of Belfast for many years. 

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Nicholas Finn: Titanic Signature Building

This painting in oils on canvas captures the buildings metallic, aluminium-clad front, making it stand out starkly against the industrial landscape of Harland and Wolff shipyard. The Signature Building which was opened to the public on March 31st 2012 by the First Minister Peter Robinson and was designed by a team of international designers as well as a local architectural firm, Todd Architects. This building stands out as the iconic symbol of the New Belfast and houses over 9 galleries and features a range of activities that tell the story of the Titanic to a worldwide audience. 

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Nicholas Finn:The Grand Opera House, Belfast, TQBArt

The Grand Opera House is a much loved entertainment venue in Belfast. Located on Great Victoria Street, the Grand Opera House first opened in 1895 with various musicals, comedies, opera and ballet performances and melodramas taking place, presenting lots of laughter, fun and entertainment for locals. With possible demolition of this beautiful building in 1972, the Ulster Architectural Society launched a campaign to save this building and in 1974 The Grand Opera House became the very first listed building in Northern Ireland. Over the past number of years, The Grand Opera House has undergone restoration and refurbishment and in 2000, the deeds of The Grand Opera House were gifted to a newly formed management team 'The Trust' by Northern Ireland Arts Council. The comprar viagra Grand Opera House has since been developed further providing additional space and is now a vital provider of entertainment on Belfast's social scene. The original architecture of The Grand Opera House is still fully intact and visible and Nicholas Finn illustrates this landmark in his painting. 

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Nicholas Finn: The Crown Bar, Belfast, TQBArt

The Crown Bar at Great Victoria Street, Belfast is a world famous landmark and a must-see for visitors and travellers to Belfast. The history of The Crown Bar dates back to 1885 when highly skilled Italian craftsmen were brought to Northern Ireland to work on the building of Churches. During their time in Northern Ireland, the craftsmen worked on the tiling, glasswork and ornamental woodwork within The Crown Bar. The stained glass windows, mosaic floor and other ornamental detail is reflective of that found in many Churches. The Crown Bar has a magnificent and distinctive style which has been fantastically comprar viagra preserved. It is now a treasured National Trust property and was renowned as one of the greatest Gin Palaces of its time. The Crown is without doubt a unique and memorable tourist attraction and destination and is known around the entire world for its architecture and Victorian charm. Nicholas Finn's painting of the exterior of The Crown Bar captures our City's famous landmark with a fantastic herald of colour. This painting is available to purchase either framed or unframed. For price or further enquiries please contact T.Q.B.Art. Oil on canvas unframed print. 
 

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Nicholas Finn: The Merchant Hotel, Belfast

The Merchant Hotel is located on Waring Street in the City's stunning Cathedral Quarter and is a five star award winning luxury hotel. Previously, the building was the headquarters for the Ulster Bank. The building is an original listed building and has magnificent architectural design constructed from Giffnock sandstone.   However, what is most interesting about this building is the history behind the design. The former directors of the Ulster Bank werehttp://1edpillsforhealth.com/buy-dapoxetine-online/ intent on using local talent in the creation of the building and opened the design to artists to submit proposals. The winning design was awarded to Glaswegian James Hamilton. The outcome was a magnificently elegant building with ornate features symbolic of Victorian architecture. Today the building is the epitome of luxury, transporting visitors back in time through an array of themed restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. This print is an important part of our celebration of our city. 

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Nicholas Finn: The Europa Hotel, Belfast

Belfast's Europa Hotel is one of the busiest and biggest hotels in Belfast. Located on Great Victoria Street opposite the famous Crown Bar and metres from The https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-naturel/ Grand Opera House, the Europa Hotel opened its doors in 1972 and was built on the site of the former Great Northern Railway and although the hotel has been damaged during Northern Ireland's troubled years, it is now a place of glitz and glamour and has attracted a range of high profile celebrities, politicians, TV & Radio personalities and was recently was the chosen location for MTV after-parties! . The building is an astonishing 51 meters in height and is often a chosen location for local charity abseil events! Nicholas Finn's colourful interpretation of The Europa Hotel is wonderful. 

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