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Markievicz's commitment to the cause of Irish republicanism extended beyond her military involvement. She was not only a revolutionary but also the first woman elected to the British Parliament in 1918, although she did not take her seat, adhering to her Republican principles. Instead, she joined the first Dáil Éireann (Irish Assembly), where she served as Minister for Labour – making her the first woman in Europe to hold a cabinet position.
A staunch advocate for social justice and women's rights, Markievicz continued her activism even after the establishment of the Irish Free State. Her legacy as a symbol of female empowerment, political courage, and tireless dedication to the Irish cause has left an indelible mark on Irish history. Constance Markievicz passed away on July 15, 1927, but her pioneering spirit and contributions to Irish independence are remembered and celebrated to this day.
- Printed on Rives Traditional White 250gsm paper.
- A3 Frames: 20mm wide / 32mm deep. Irish made, solid wood grain frames with integrated hanging system.
- 1.5 mm acrylic glazing used in frame.
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Step 2 : Our designers will shortly be in touch by email with your digital proof.
Step 3 : Sign-off your artwork by return email.
Step 4 : Sit back and await your delivery of your personalised unique Celtic Clans family crest.
To guarantee the long life of your Celtic Clans wall arts, we would ask you to follow these care instructions:
Do not hang or keep your artwork in direct sunlight, in moist/damp areas or above radiators.
Do not use abrasive cleaning materials or solutions on either the frame or glazing.
Hang all frames and prints safely and securely.
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