Michael Cusack, founder of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was born during the famine on the edge of The Burren in County Clare. He was a national school teacher before founding his own academy at the age of 30. The controversial character of ‘The Citizen’ in James Joyce’s Ulysses was at least partly based on the man who will forever be remembered as the founder of the GAA. A giant statue of Cusack adorns the outside of Dublin’s Croke Park while his name lives on in GAA clubs at home in Ireland and internationally.The official poster as created exclusively by Brand Artillery for Glasnevin Cemetery.
Handsomely printed lithographically on premium Munken Pure Rough 170gm, extra-tactile uncoated paper with antique finish.
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€11.95 (this price does not include shipping which is calculated on weight and location) Shipped in a sturdy tube complete with unique address label.
Size: A2 594mm high x 420mm wide (23.38 inches x 16.53 inches)
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