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18th century watercolours of Irish antiquities, done by or for Gabriel Beranger.
Luttrellstown Castle, Castleknock, refurbishment by G. & T. Crampton in 1985-1986. The architects for these works were Brian O'Halloran & Associates.
Ballinlough Castle, Clonmellon, Westmeath originally built approximately 1600 and modified in approximately 1790. Refurbished by G. & T. Crampton in 1940-1944.
St Lawrence Gate, Drogheda
Caisleán na Circe, Lough Corrib.
Houses and castle outside Kinvara.
Piaras Feiritéar's Castle, portrait view of ruined castle beside the coast, only one ruined wall is still standing.
Remains of Dunseverick Castle.
Caiseal Caol castle, Newmarket on Fergus.
Landscape with an old castle.
Piaras Feiritéar's Castle, landscape view of ruined castle beside the coast, only one ruined wall is still standing.
Clonskeagh Castle, Whitebeam Road, originally constructed in approximately 1798. Works by G. & T. Crampton were carried out in 1953.
[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'The Castle of Killineny' (Killinean, Co. Westmeath), and one of 'The Castle of Ardnegragh [Ardnagrath]' (Co. Westmeath), both by an unidentified artist.]
[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'Tycroughan Castle' (Co. Westmeath) / by Thomas Ashworth, and one of 'Killegland [Clegland]' castle (Co. Meath) / by Bearcroft.]