Conrad Atkinson

Quote, mounted on board, about Northern Ireland, by John Hewitt, an Irishman in Coventry

[c.1975]

Created by
Conrad Atkinson born 1940
Title
Quote, mounted on board, about Northern Ireland, by John Hewitt, an Irishman in Coventry
Date
[c.1975]
Medium
Printed text, mounted on board
Dimensions
210 x 147 mm
Description
This quote, by John Hewitt: '¿a people endlessly betrayed by our own weakness, by the wrongs we suffered in the long twilight over bog and glen, by force, by famine and by glittering fables which gave us martyrs when we needed men¿', may have been exhibited at 'A Shade of Green, An Orange Edge', by Conrad Atkinson, at the Art Council Gallery, Belfast in May 1975.
Format
Document - writings
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Purchased by Tate Archive from Margaret Harrison, November 2010.
Reference
TGA 201020/3/8

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