Volume XII

William Laffan

Volume XII contains contributions from Jessica Cunningham, Terence Dooley, Tom Dunne, Judith Hill, Livia Hurley, Michael McCarthy, Philip McEvansoneya, Lynda Mulvin, Frederick O’Dwyer and Brendan Rooney.

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Contents

  • Dublin’s Huguenot goldsmiths, 1690-1750: assimilation and divergence

    Jessica Cunningham

  • Castle Hyde and the Great Famine, 1845-51

    Terence Dooley

  • Sensibility and the sublime in the Storm paintings of Thomas Roberts (1748-77)

    Tom Dunne

  • The several incarnations of Plassey: Plassey House, University of Limerick

    Judith Hill

  • William Burton Conyngham’s antiquarian tour of the Iberian Peninsula 1783-84

    Livia Hurley

  • The monument to Alessandro Galilei in S. Croce in Florence, 1737

    Michael McCarthy

  • New light on the artistic and personal aspects of the second version of ‘The Last Circuit of the Pilgrims at Clonmacnoise’ by George Petrie

    Philip McEvansoneya

  • Charles Robert Cockerell’s encounter with Ireland: drawings, observations and buildings

    Lynda Mulvin

  • Robert West, Christopher Myers and St James’s church, Whitehaven

    Frederick O’Dwyer

  • The painter and the poet: Michael George Brennan (1839-71) and Laura Catherine Redden (1839-1923)

    Brendan Rooney

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Desmond Guinness, founder of the Irish Georgian Society