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Art and Architecture of Ireland

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Art and Architecture of Ireland is an authoritative and fully illustrated account of the art and architecture of Ireland from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century. The volumes explore all aspects of Irish art and architecture – from high crosses to installation art, from Georgian houses to illuminated manuscripts, from watercolours and sculptures to photography, oil paintings, video art and tapestries. This monumental work provides new insight into every facet of the strength, depth and variety of Ireland’s artistic and architectural heritage.

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Art and Architecture of Ireland

  1. 1. Detail of the base of the Cross of Cong
  2. 2. Shrine of the Misach
  3. 3. Ardagh Chalice
  4. 4. Derrynaflan Hoard
  5. 5. William Ashford, A Landscape based on Dawson Grove, Co. Monaghan with the Artist
  6. 6. Charles Russell, The O’Connell Centenary Celebrations
  7. 7. Henry Brooke, The Continence of Scipio
  8. 8. Norman Garstin, The Rain it Raineth Every Day
  9. 9. Walter Frederick Osborne, The Dublin Streets: a Vendor of Books
  10. 10. Joseph Tudor, View of Dublin from the Phoenix Park
  11. 11. William Davis, A view of Rye Water, near Leixlip
  12. 12. Michael Bulfin, Sky-Train
  13. 13. Cross Dorothy, Teacup (Video)
  14. 14. Martina Galvin, Cloister Garden
  15. 15. Chambers (architect) and Simon Vierpyl (sculptor) The Casino, Marino, Dublin
  16. 16. Leo Broe, Countess Marckievicz
  17. 17. Christopher Moore, Thomas Moore
  18. 18. Friedrich Herkner, This Tragic Age
  19. 19. Castle Otway, Co. Tipperary
  20. 20. The Irish Village at the Chicago World Fair ‘A century of Progress’
  21. 21. Custom House, Dublin, James Gandon from F.H. Mares Photographs of Dublin with descriptive letterpress
  22. 22. Leo Whelan, General Headquarters IRA, 1922
  23. 23. Gray, dressing table, rosewood, pine, zebrawood, steel frame
  24. 24. Elieen Gray, Non Conformist Chair