Volume XVIII

Finola O' Kane

Volume XVIII contains contributions from Ruth Musielak, William Laffan, Gábor Gelléri, Rachel Finnegan, Laura Johnstone, Sinéad Gargan, Claudia Kinmonth and John Walker.

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  • Bathing in porphyry on the banks of the River Liffey: Lord Charlemont's missed oppurtunity

    Ruth Musielak

  • 'Imitators of One Another'; a source for George Barret

    William Laffan

  • An unknown 'creator' of picturesque Ireland - the Irish sketches and notes of Luttrell Wynne, the 'Gentleman of Oxford'

    Gábor Gelléri

  • Frederick, 3rd Earl of Bessborough, collector and artist (1758-1844)

    Rachel Finnegan

  • 'On one level to the eye': visions for suburbia on the Lonford de Vesci estate in Dublin

    Laura Johnstone

  • How not to 'Encourage People to take Lotts for Building': the 18th-century non-development of Grangegorman by the Monck estate

    Sinéad Gargan

  • Noggins, 'the nicest work of all': traditional Irish wooden vessels for eating and drinking

    Claudia Kinmonth

  • 'A Short Dissertation on Planting', for Lady Louisa Conolly

    John Walker

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