On Through the Not So Quiet Lands
© By Diarmuid Delargy
Shoreline scene entailing telegraph pole with black flag draping, also skeletal figure and donkey. It is a riposte to a painting in the Ulster Museum by Jack B Yeats entitled “On through the silent land”
Diarmuid Delargy’s use of the black flag denotes the Hunger Strike protest of 1981 and subsequent commemorations.
DIMENSIONS25 cm x 25 cm
Collection of the artist