Volume XXI

Prof. Finola O'Kane

Volume XXI contains contributions from Felix Martin, William Laffan, Chris Corlett, Therese Hicks, John Montague, Claudia Kinmonth, Conor Lucey, Carmel Coyle, Conor Morrissey and James Kelly.

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  • Living in a Monument: building and designing the Casino in Marino

    Felix Martin

  • 'The Cries of Dublin' Revisited: four new drawings by Hugh Douglas Hamilton

    William Laffan

  • A late eighteenth-century Catholic chapel at Kilmurry, county Wicklow

    Chris Corlett & Therese Hicks

  • From Rome to Paris and London: searching for the European roots of the Wide Streets Commissioners

    John Montague

  • Rags, riches and recycling: material and visual culture of the Dublin Society, 1731-1781

    Claudia Kinmonth

  • Specification for a house to be built in Dominick Street

    Conor Lucey

  • Helen Mabel Trevor (1831-1900), an Irish artist abroad

    Carmel Coyle

  • Áras an Taoisigh: a prime minister's residence in Dublin, 1922-2009

    Conor Morrissey

  • Representations of the Revenue Commissioners with respect to a 'New Custom House' in Dublin, 1771-1781

    James Kelly

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