The Colour of Ireland 2
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This sequel by Rob Cross is a compelling view of Ireland, encompassing decades, generations and social groups, all remastered in glorious colour.
Breathing new life into Ireland's history once again, this carefully restored and colourised collection of wonderful black and white images captures the beauty of the nation's fascinating past. This sequel to the bestselling The Colour of Ireland presents a huge variety of captivating images from the 32 counties, from Dublin to Galway and Antrim to Cork, and inspires a new vision of Ireland's heritage.
With incredible attention to detail, author Rob Cross has gained a worldwide following by using cutting-edge technology and careful historical research to accurately depict the colours of Ireland's history and tell the stories within these rich images. It's a collection to treasure, enjoy and reflect on for years to come.
Published: 26 October 2023
Format: 260x240mm, Hardback
Extent: 288 pages
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Rob Cross hails from Limerick City in Ireland and has a professional background in architecture and digital technology. He graduated from Edinburgh's Heriot-Watt University and now works for an award-winning architectural practice in Dublin City.
Rob is passionate about Irish history, particularly preserving its architectural heritage and culture. In his project 'Bringing Ireland's History to Life' Rob meticulously restores and colourises historical photos for future generations to enjoy. What began as a hobby is now captured in this book. Rob's debut book was a bestseller, and he has appeared on national TV and radio, including RTÉ's Nationwide programme. His work has been featured in exhibitions at Dublin's Custom House and Mansion House, as well as at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork. The history project also has an international fanbase on Twitter, including politicians.