Irish Architectural & Decorative Studies - Volume XXII


Irish Georgian Society

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Finola O'Kane, editor.
Irish Georgian Society, 2020 (Paperback)

This volume is dedicated to the art and architecture of Cork city and county.


Contributors 
  • Mark McCarthy: An historical geography of the Atlantic port city of Cork, 1600-1715
  • David Dickson: Cork’s new town (1780) and its afterlife
  • Vandra Costello: The Georgian villa landscape of Cork
  • Laura Johnstone: ‘An Eel is not more slippery than an Irish Gentleman’: managing a jointly held estate in Cork and Dublin, 1778-1845
  • Peter Murray: Naval storehouses on Haulbowline Island 1816-1822: A study in Georgian military architecture
  • Dagmar Ó Riain-Raedel: Arthur Hill and the Crawford Art Gallery
  • Richard J. Butler: ‘The whole of the approaches … are full of difficulties’: early proposals for railways in Cork city, c.1835-1850
  • Jessie Castle: ‘I spent all this day at Dundanion’: the journal of Eliza Deane, 1832
  • Denis Linehan: The lost city: recovering the Cork City Architect Eamon O’Byrne