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My restored and colourised 1967 photo featuring the unveiling ceremony of the W.B.Yeats Memorial by An Taoiseach Jack Lynch in Stephen’s Green in Dublin City. The bronze sculpture is by artist Henry Moore. #Dublin #Ireland #DeOldify pic.twitter.com/Qw0vFbyAfd
— Rob Cross (@RobCross247) July 8, 2020
Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Via RTÉ News:
Conservation works to a long-overlooked part of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin are nearing completion.
The €300,000 project on the WB Yeats Memorial began last November.
Commissioned and managed by the Office of Public Works, the project has taken in the conservation of Henry Moore’s iconic ‘Knife Edge’ sculpture, as well as the restoration of surrounding paths, steps and terraces.
“The whole plaza was overgrown and the sculpture was very much hidden. So you couldn’t really see that there was even a Henry Moore in this part of the park. A lot of people never knew it was here,” said conservator Jason Ellis (top).