May Day Two 1958

Dan Ferguson
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''May Day Two 1958' is a signed, oil painting on canvas by Dan Ferguson.

The image is from a film of Holywood May Day 1958 which follows the May Queen and dancers being transported through the town to the Maypole, as the Jester skips through the streets calling the crowds to come and see. Holywood 1958 with it's buildings, fashion and colour captures a time gone by.

Delivery Details: Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Artist Dan Ferguson
Subject Figurative, Ireland-North, Portrait
Number in Edition N/A
Signed Yes
One Off Yes
Image Size 102 x 76 cm
Paper Size N/A
Mounted Size N/A
Framed Size N/A
Medium Oil
Catalogue Number DF003
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May Day Two 1958 Dan Ferguson

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May Day Two 1958
£1,450.00

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We dispatch the same day on all orders received before 3pm, otherwise next working day. 


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Ireland - we aim to deliver within 2 working days.
Elsewhere - we aim to deliver within 7-10 working days subject to custom clearance.
 
All UK and Ireland deliveries are also available to be collected from our gallery in Holywood.

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Delivery Information

We dispatch the same day on all orders received before 3pm, otherwise next working day. 

UK - we aim to deliver within 2 working days following dispatch. For next working day select Express Delivery at the check out.  
Ireland - we aim to deliver within 2 working days.
Elsewhere - we aim to deliver within 7-10 working days subject to custom clearance.
 
All UK and Ireland deliveries are also available to be collected from our gallery in Holywood.

FRAMED ITEMS

ValueUKIrelandEuropeUSA & CanadaRest of World
£0.00 - £50.00 £6.00 £6.00 £20.00 £50.00 £75.00
OVER £50.00 FREE FREE £20.00 £100.00 £150.00
Free Delivery to UK & Ireland on orders over £50
Free Delivery

UK & Ireland orders over £50

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Description

Details

''May Day Two 1958' is a signed, oil painting on canvas by Dan Ferguson.

The image is from a film of Holywood May Day 1958 which follows the May Queen and dancers being transported through the town to the Maypole, as the Jester skips through the streets calling the crowds to come and see. Holywood 1958 with it's buildings, fashion and colour captures a time gone by.

Delivery Details: Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Artist Dan Ferguson
Subject Figurative, Ireland-North, Portrait
Number in Edition N/A
Signed Yes
One Off Yes
Image Size 102 x 76 cm
Paper Size N/A
Mounted Size N/A
Framed Size N/A
Medium Oil
Catalogue Number DF003
Enable Product Zoom? Yes

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