Country houses in Ireland have a long history. A vast majority of the older houses, known in Ireland as Big Houses belonged to the Anglo-Irish aristocracy of the Protestant Ascendancy. By the start of the Irish revolutionary period in 1919, the Big House had become symbolic of the 18th and 19th-century dominance of the Protestant Anglo-Irish class in Ireland at the expense of the native Roman Catholic population, particularly in southern and western Ireland.
Today, most of the targeted homes are in ruins. Some were restored by their owners, albeit often smaller in size, or were later rebuilt and re-purposed. This country estate is a sample of the beauty of these homes rebuilt.
Satisfy your love of gardens and Irish countryside by purchasing this "Irish Country Estate" for your living space. Your image will be printed using high-quality papers with a high color accuracy, which guarantees that your prints will last a lifetime without fading.