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 (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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