Padraig Pearse surrendering to General Lowe. After a week's fighting, in a hopeless position with mounting casualties, the rebels decided to call it a day.
Easter 1916 Ceasefire Agreement
- Mounted and titled picture
- After a week's fighting and heavy casualties and in a hopeless position, Pearse decided to surrender to prevent further bloodshed. Nurse O'Farrell who presented the surrender documents to General Lowe was famously airbrushed out of the picture (her feet can be seen) as it was deemed inappropriate for women to be shown in war situations.
- Regular: 12" x 8" inches
- Also available unframed in following sizes
- Framed: 14" x 11.5 inches
- Large: 16" x 12" inches
- Extra Large: 20" x 16" inches
- Precision cut double mount
- High quality backing card
- Regular size available in attractive mahogany style frame