Volume X

William Laffan

Volume X contains contributions from Toby Barnard, Nicola Figgis, Alison Fitzgerald, William Laffan, David Lawrence, John Logan, Conor Lucey, John Montague, Jennifer Moore and Robin Usher.

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  • The artistic and cultural activities of the Caldwells of Castle Caldwell, 1750-1783

    Toby Barnard

  • Hugh Howard (1675-1738), eclectic artist and connoisseur

    Nicola Figgis

  • Astonishing automata: staging spectacle in eighteenth-century Dublin

    Alison Fitzgerald

  • For Desmond FitzGerald, Knight of Glin

    William Laffan

  • Nineteenth-century stained glass in the Church of Ireland diocese of Limerick & Killaloe

    David Lawrence

  • ‘Dropped into this Kingdom from the clouds’: the Irish career of Davis Dukart, architect and engineer, 1761-81

    John Logan

  • Decoration and property speculation: newspaper advertisements from Michael Stapleton and Charles Thorp

    Conor Lucey

  • A shopping arcade in eighteenth-century Dublin: John Rocque and the Essex Street ‘piazzas’

    John Montague

  • A new Wyatt church in Ireland

    Jennifer Moore

  • Chapel Royal and symbol of the Church militant: the iconography of Christ Church and St Patrick’s cathedrals, Dublin, c.1660-1760

    Robin Usher

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Portrait of IGS founder Desmond Guinness
Desmond Guinness, founder of the Irish Georgian Society