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Cow with tree, Ebrington, Derry

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  • 100% cotton rag Giclée art prints
  • Printed on stunning 240gsm natural white archival paper with archival ink
  • The size options are exactly tailored to standard frames
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[City of Culture, Commonwealth, cow card, cow parade, cows, Derry, Clothing, duvets, Ebrington, EOS 5d mk ii, telephoto, Ilex, NI, pedestrian, postcard, public art, sculpture, statues, telephoto, Youth, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 >4,000 >5,000 >6,000 >7,000 views >8,000 views
>9,000 views, two features]


  1. 1st June 2015 View Count reached 9,000
  1. 13 th December 2014 Achieved its second feature in the group Best of British

  Camera: EOS 5d Mk ii   |   Lens: Canon EF 70-300mm(@300mm) f/4-5.6 L IS USM*

A painted cow whose style was inspired by Irish and Scottish dance.

This painted cow is part of Derry’s Cow Parade in Ebrington Square, Derry.

Each of the cows in the parade was painted by a different artist. Each artist was paired with a community group and worked with them to identify a theme.

This one is the Commonwealth Youth Summit cow. It was inspired by Irish and Scottish dance. The artist involved was Amy Murray.


The Cow Parade is said to be the largest participative art project in the world. Having been seen by 300m people world-wide it certainly has a claim to that title! In fact there are many cow parades.

The organisers provide plain white fiberglass cows – mostly in three characteristic stances – and artists and community groups in a local area come together to decorate their cow in a way that highlights a locally relevant theme.

There are twelve, or more of these cows in Ebrington Square and a few others scattered around Derry.


Ebrington Square was formerly Ebrington Army Barracks. Under the guidance of Ilex (the local Urban Regeneration Company) it has been transformed into a public open space. You can see Derry City centre in the distance across the river.


History of this Image on RedBubble

  1. 1st June 2015 View Count reached 9,000
     
  2. 20 th March 2015 View Count reached 7,100
     
  3. 7 th January 2015 View Count has reached 5,005
     
  4. 13 th December 2014 Achieved its second feature in the group Best of British
     
  5. 4 th December 2014 View Count reached 4,030
     
  6. 18 th October 2014 View Count reached 3,000
     
  7. 17 th July 2014 Achieved its first feature in the group A Place to Call Home
     
  8. 13 th July 2014 View Count reached 2,004
     
  9. 9th December 2012 View Count reached 1,000
     
  10. 9th October 2012 View Count reached 504
     
  11. 26th Sep 2012 View Count reached 289
     
  12. 5th Sep 2012 View Count reached 101
     
  13. 26th Aug 2012 Uploaded to RedBubble
     
  14. 4th Aug 2012 Photograph shot in Ebrington Square, Derry

Photographic Details

    Camera: EOS 5 d Mk ii    Lens: Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 L IS USM (at 300mm)    Exposure: f/5.6, 1/500, ISO 250    Post Production Processing: Minimal cropping etc in Apple Aperture

Artwork Comments

  • Sandra Fortier
  • George Row
  • biddumy
  • George Row
  • Sandra Fortier
  • Lori Peters
  • George Row
  • Photography  by Mathilde
  • George Row
  • CreativeEm
  • George Row
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