Parnell Monument, Dublin Photos

The Charles Stewart Parnell monument (1911) by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on O'Connell Street, remembers this Irish nationalist politician who as a Member of the British Parliament lead the Home Rule for Ireland League (1885-1890) & campaigned for land reform. While imprisoned in Kilmainham Gaol (1882), he continued to negotiate with Gladstone's government since he held the balance of power in the Parliament of the time.

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Charles Stewart Parnell monument by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on O'Connell Street. Dublin, Ireland.Sculpture of Charles Stewart Parnell, Parliamentarian imprisoned for his support of Irish home rule. Dublin, Ireland.Inscription with Irish harp on Charles Stewart Parnell monument. Dublin, Ireland.Augustus Saint-Gaudens' base of Charles Stewart Parnell monument with names of four original Irish provinces. Dublin, Ireland.
Charles Stewart Parnell monument (1911) by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on O'Connell Street. Dublin, Ireland.Sculpture of Charles Stewart Parnell, Parliamentarian imprisoned for his support of Irish home rule. Dublin, Ireland.Inscription with Irish harp on Charles Stewart Parnell monument. Dublin, Ireland.Augustus Saint-Gaudens' base of Charles Stewart Parnell monument with names of four original Irish provinces. Dublin, Ireland.

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