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An leabhar mor

£79.99

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A 21st- century Book of Kells that brings together the work of more than 150 poets, visual artists, and calligraphers. Scotland and Ireland share a mythology, a rich music tradition, languages and some history. Irish Gaels, known as Scoti, invaded Scotland in the 5th century and gave it their name. An Leabhar Mr is a major artwork which renews the connection between Gaelic Scotland and Ireland and celebrates the diverse strands of contemporary Celtic culture. A beautiful book featuring work from every century between the sixth and the twenty-first - contains the earliest Gaelic poetry in existence. One hundred visual artists respond to the poetry in a variety of media. Includes work by poets Nuala N Dhomhnaill and Mire Mhac an tSaoi and by artists Allan Davie, Will Maclean and Rita Duffy among others. There is a website for the book, full of more information and details of related projects. Click here to watch a slideshow of 18 of the artworks in the book. Here are two samples 100 specially-commissioned artworks in the book, to whet your appetite: Art by Doug Cocker inspired by Tairseacha by Liam O Muirthile (b. 1950) Art by Andrew Folan inspired by An Scthn by Michael Davitt (1950-2005) >

The book's cover is in solid condition apart from a few scratches. The interior pages are in fine, readable condition and are free of marks and inscriptions. In very good condition overall.

Item details

Author(s):
Malcolm Maclean and Theo Dorgan
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1847171133
ISBN-13:
9781847171139
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
O'Brien Press

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A 21st- century Book of Kells that brings together the work of more than 150 poets, visual artists, and calligraphers. Scotland and Ireland share a mythology, a rich music tradition, languages and some history. Irish Gaels, known as Scoti, invaded Scotland in the 5th century and gave it their name. An Leabhar Mr is a major artwork which renews the connection between Gaelic Scotland and Ireland and celebrates the diverse strands of contemporary Celtic culture. A beautiful book featuring work from every century between the sixth and the twenty-first - contains the earliest Gaelic poetry in existence. One hundred visual artists respond to the poetry in a variety of media. Includes work by poets Nuala N Dhomhnaill and Mire Mhac an tSaoi and by artists Allan Davie, Will Maclean and Rita Duffy among others. There is a website for the book, full of more information and details of related projects. Click here to watch a slideshow of 18 of the artworks in the book. Here are two samples 100 specially-commissioned artworks in the book, to whet your appetite: Art by Doug Cocker inspired by Tairseacha by Liam O Muirthile (b. 1950) Art by Andrew Folan inspired by An Scthn by Michael Davitt (1950-2005) >

The book's cover is in solid condition apart from a few scratches. The interior pages are in fine, readable condition and are free of marks and inscriptions. In very good condition overall.

Author(s):
Malcolm Maclean and Theo Dorgan
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1847171133
ISBN-13:
9781847171139
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
O'Brien Press

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