Drawing Support 3: Murals and Transition in the North of Ireland
Beyond the Pale, 2003 - 60 pages
Loyalist murals have a long tradition, the first one having been painted in Belfast around 1908. Thus, by the time the Northern Ireland state was created in the 1920s, the tradition of mural paintinw was well established.
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