The Three Sisters (Irish: An Triúr Deirfiúr) are three rivers in Ireland: the River Barrow, the River Nore and the River Suir. The Suir and Nore rise in the same mountainous area in County Tipperary, near the Devil’s Bit, while the Barrow rises in the Slieve Bloom Mountains in County Laois. In ancient times, the area bounded by the River Suir and the River Barrow formed the Kingdom of Ossory.
Irish artist Owen Harris travels the Irish countryside capturing landscapes and seascapes characterised by dramatic skies, wild open waterways, and mountains sweeping down to the coastline. This wonderful painting is from the artist’s Landscapes and Seascapes of Ireland series and is available framed.