Volume XXII

Prof. Finola O'Kane

Volume XXII is dedicated to the art and architecture of Cork city and county.

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  • An historical geography of the Atlantic port city of Cork, 1600-1715

    Mark McCarthy

  • Cork’s new town (1780) and its afterlife

    David Dickson

  • The Georgian villa landscape of Cork

    Vandra Costello

  • ‘An Eel is not more slippery than an Irish Gentleman’: managing a jointly held estate in Cork and Dublin, 1778-1845

    Laura Johnstone

  • Naval storehouses on Haulbowline Island 1816-1822: A study in Georgian military architecture

    Peter Murray

  • Arthur Hill and the Crawford Art Gallery

    Dagmar Ó Riain-Raedel

  • ‘The whole of the approaches… are full of difficulties’: early proposals for railways in Cork city, c.1835-1850

    Richard J. Butler

  • ‘I spent all this day at Dundanion’: the journal of Eliza Deane, 1832

    Jessie Castle

  • The lost city: recovering the Cork City Architect Eamon O’Byrne

    Denis Linehan

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