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Domestic Architecture of Georgian Dublin Collection

Abstract: Selection of 35mm slides from the collection of the School of Art History and Cultural Policy, focusing on the domestic architecture of eighteenth-century Dublin.

In collection Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVLRA)

  1. Blackhall Place: general view of west side
  2. Cavendish Row, No. 9: doorcase
  3. Dominick Street Lower, No. 20: ceiling of stairhall
  4. Dominick Street Lower, No. 20: ceiling of stairhall (detail)
  5. Dominick Street Lower, No. 20: plasterwork in stairhall (detail)
  6. Ely Place, Ely House
  7. Ely Place: view of east side
  8. Fitzwilliam Street Upper: view towards Leeson Street
  9. Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Nos. 26 and 27: doorcases
  10. Fitzwilliam Street Lower: view towards Merrion Square
  11. Fitzwilliam Square: view of north side looking eastwards
  12. Fownes Street: general view
  13. Fownes Street, Nos. 3-4: facades
  14. Great Denmark Street, No. 3: plaster tympanum
  15. Henrietta Street: view towards King's Inns
  16. Henrietta Street: view from King's Inns
  17. Henrietta Street, Nos. 11-13: facades
  18. Henrietta Street, Nos. 5-6: façade
  19. Henrietta Street, Nos. 5-6: ceiling of front parlour
  20. Henrietta Street, Nos. 5-6: ceiling of front parlour (detail)
  21. Henrietta Street, No. 7: stairhall
  22. Henrietta Street, No. 7: stairhall (upper level)
  23. Henrietta Street, No. 7: stairhall ceiling
  24. Henrietta Street, No. 9: facade
  25. Henrietta Street, No. 9: doorcase
  26. Henrietta Street, No. 9: stairhall
  27. Henrietta Street, No. 9: view of first floor landing
  28. Henrietta Street, No. 9: rear parlour with chimneybreast
  29. Henrietta Street, No. 9: rear parlour
  30. Henrietta Street, No. 10: façade
  31. Henrietta Street, No. 10: rear parlour
  32. Henrietta Street, No. 10: ceiling of first floor ante-room
  33. Henrietta Street, No. 10: ceiling of chapel
  34. Henrietta Street, No. 11: stairhall
  35. Henrietta Street, No. 11: wainscoting in stairhall
  36. Henrietta Street, No. 11: flagstones at first floor landing
  37. Henrietta Street, No. 13: doorcase
  38. Henrietta Street, No. 13: staircase
  39. Hume Street: general view
  40. Hume Street: view of north west side of Ely Place
  41. Hume Street, No. 9: façade
  42. Hume Street, No. 10: painting on soffit of staircase
  43. Hume Street, No. 10: painted ceiling in front drawing room
  44. Kildare Street, No. 45: façade
  45. Kildare Street, No. 45: stairhall
  46. Kildare Street, No. 45: ceiling of stairhall
  47. Leeson Street Lower: view of north side
  48. Leeson Street Lower, Nos. 49-50: doorcases
  49. Lombard Street: general view
  50. Marlborough Street, Tyrone House: stairhall
  51. Marlborough Street, Tyrone House: ceiling of saloon
  52. Merrion Street: general view of east side
  53. Merrion Square: view of north side
  54. Merrion Square: view of north side from middle of square
  55. Merrion Square: general view of north side
  56. Merrion Square: view of south east corner
  57. Merrion Square: view of south side looking towards Mount Street Upper
  58. Merrion Square: view of south side from middle of square
  59. Merrion Square: fanlight and lantern
  60. Merrion Square, No. 9: façade
  61. Merrion Square, No. 12: façade
  62. Merrion Square, No. 12: stairhall
  63. Merrion Square, Nos. 37 and 38: doorcases
  64. Merrion Square, No. 41: doorcase
  65. Molesworth Street: doorcase
  66. Mountjoy Square: view of north side
  67. Mountjoy Square: view of north side looking east
  68. Mountjoy Square: general view of dereliction on west side
  69. Mountjoy Square: derelict house on west side
  70. Mount Street Upper: view towards St Stephen's Church
  71. Mount Street Upper: detail of stepped crescent
  72. North Great George's Street: view towards Belvedere House
  73. O'Connell Street, No. 42: façade
  74. O'Connell Street, No. 42: doorcase
  75. Pembroke Street Upper: view from Leeson Street Lower
  76. St Stephen's Green: view of north side
  77. St Stephen's Green: view of west side
  78. St Stephen's Green, No. 16: entrance hall
  79. St Stephen's Green, No. 17: ceiling of front drawing room
  80. St Stephen's Green, No. 17: ceiling of stairhall
  81. St Stephen's Green, No. 41: façade
  82. St Stephen's Green, No. 41: doorcase
  83. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: façade
  84. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: view of stairhall from first floor landing
  85. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: figurative stucco panel in stairhall
  86. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: view of saloon
  87. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: ceiling of saloon
  88. St Stephen's Green, No. 9: ceiling of saloon (detail)
  89. St Stephen's Green, No. 56: stairhall
  90. St Stephen's Green, No. 56: plasterwork detail in stairhall
  91. St Stephen's Green, No. 56: tympanum at first floor landing
  92. St Stephen's Green, No. 85: entrance hall
  93. St Stephen's Green, No. 85: saloon
  94. St Stephen's Green, No. 85: ceiling of saloon (detail)
  95. St Stephen's Green, No. 86: ceiling of Bishop's Room
  96. St Stephen's Green, No. 86: ceiling of saloon
  97. St Stephen's Green, No. 86: stairhall
  98. St Stephen's Green, Newman House: facades
  99. St Stephen's Green, Newman House: facades
  100. William Street South, Powerscourt House: façade
Type of resource
still image
Physical description
100 items (image/tiff)
Scope and Content
The 100 photographs presented here constitute a selection from the School of Art History’s slide collection devoted to Irish architecture. Originally produced by staff members in response to pedagogical needs, this sub-set focuses on the domestic architecture of eighteenth-century Dublin and extends to images of important individual houses, significant decorative interiors, and general views of the city’s Georgian fabric. Photographed between 1978–2005, the present selection also documents patterns of urban redevelopment, the changing nature of historic conservation, and the evolving built environment.
Languages
English  
Arrangement of the Collection
The collection is organized alphabetically by street name.
Subject
Architectural elements--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Balconies--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Built environment--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Ceilings--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Cities & towns--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
City & town life--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
City planning--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Doors & doorways--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Drawing rooms--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Facades--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Fanlights--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Houses--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Joinery--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Pediments--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Plasterwork--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Residential streets--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Row houses--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Stairhalls--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Tympana--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Urban renewal--Ireland--Dublin   linked data (lctgm)
Location
University College Dublin. UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy. Domestic Architecture of Georgian Dublin Collection

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2009-11-13 — Prepared by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin. Descriptions provided by Conor Lucey, IVRLA research RA, have been encoded in EAD by the Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVRLA) - A.M.D., 13 November 2009.

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