Volume XX

Prof. Finola O'Kane

Volume XX contains contributions from Kyle Leyden, Neil Crimmins, Patrick Walsh, Patricia McCarthy, Cóilín Ó Drisceoil, Aidan O’Boyle, Christopher Moore, Dorothea Depner, Nicola Figgis and Jeanne Meldon.

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  • Substance over style: Castletown and the protean politics of Irish “improvement”

    Kyle Leyden

  • A Dublin streetscape in 1703: an urban legacy of the Dongan estate

    Neil Crimmins

  • Between the Speaker and the Squire: the Anglo-Irish life of William Conolly

    Patrick Walsh

  • Master of the hounds and “Father of the Turf”: Tom Conolly and his equine exploits

    Patricia McCarthy

  • The wider Castletown: the designed landscape of the Wonderful Barn and Barn Hall

    Cóilín Ó Drisceoil

  • The history of the Castletown collections, 1720-1960

    Aidan O’Boyle

  • The conservation of the Red Drawing Room at Castletown

    Christopher Moore

  • Castletown in state ownership: reviving an Italianate palazzo, 1994-2017

    Dorothea Depner

  • Lady Anne Conolly (1713-97): context and collection

    Nicola Figgis

  • Edmond Garvey’s views of Castletown

    Jeanne Meldon

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