Republican mural, New Lodge Road, New Lodge, Belfast, 1998. The original mural - see mni00002 - was an IRA commemoration mural; the content has been erased, though the frame and the words 'í measc Laochra na nGael go raibh a ninamacha' (Their...
Republican; Mural painting and decoration
Republican mural, Glenalina Road, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 2002. Portraits of five IRA volunteers, above, and then , foreground, on active service on the streets of Ballymurphy; parkas and jeans date the figures to the 1970s; local women stand on...
Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
Loyalist mural, Moscow St./ Shankill Rd., West Belfast, 2002. Mural depicts a woman - here in the form of Ulster, deserted by Britain in 1914, though flying the Union Jack, but prepared to defend herself with arms. 'Deserted! Well - I can stand...
Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Memorials; Irish Republican Army Volunteers
Republican mural, Glenalina Road, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 2002. Portraits of five IRA (Irish Republican Army) Volunteers, above, and then, foreground, on active service on the streets of Ballymurphy; parkas and jeans date the figures to the...
Mural painting and decoration; Loyalist; Anti-home rule agitation
Loyalist mural, Spier's Place, Shankill Road, West Belfast, 2002. Above the main mural, the emblem of the Young Citizen Volunteers, an anti-Home Rule organisation formed immediately prior to the to the signing of the Solemn League and Covenant...
Loyalist graffiti, Benturb St., The Village, South Belfast, 2010. As part of the 'regeneration' of local communities, specific types of graffiti have been erased (though often not for long) - usually by orfder of local paramilitary groups.
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