Twelfth Parade North Queen St
© By Joseph McWilliams
Orange parade in Donegall Street at North Queen St. Junction. Renovation work was going on at Clifton House wall and red and white ribbons were used to restrict pedestrians. A combination of signs and posters are used to suggest the future of such parades.
Joseph McWilliams notes that one of the triggers for violent protest and general uneasiness in the city of Belfast was the parading tradition.
Oil on canvas
DIMENSIONS60" x 78"
National Museums of Northern Ireland ( gifted from Arts Council of Northern Ireland collection )