Hibernia with the bust of Lord Cloncurry - UCD Digital Library

Hibernia with the bust of Lord Cloncurry

Abstract: Hogan (b. Waterford 1800–d.1858) was a leading Irish sculptor working in Rome from 1824–1849. Lord Cloncurry a prominent patron of the arts in Ireland commissioned 'Hibernia with the Bust of Lord Cloncurry' from the artist in spring 1841. The work finally arrived in Ireland in 1846 and was exhibited to great acclaim at the Royal Exchange (now the City Hall). It entered the UCD collection with the purchase of Lyons House in 1963. The work is one of the finest examples of Irish neoclassical sculpture and has previously been on display in the National Gallery.

In collection Sculptures in University College Dublin

Origin information
Rome
Date created:
Type of Resource
three dimensional object
Physical description
1 sculpture
Location of original
University College Dublin, Belfield House.
Rights note
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Genre
Art original   linked data (marcgt)
Subject
Hogan, John, 1800-1858 -- Hibernia with the bust of Lord Cloncurry
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_261001
Location
University College Dublin. UCD Estate Services
Suggested credit
"Hibernia with the bust of Lord Cloncurry," held by UCD Estate Services. © University College Dublin. Digital content by University College Dublin, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <https://digital.ucd.ie/view/ucdlib:261001>

Record source
Descriptions created by staff of UCD Library, University College Dublin based on information from the UCD Sculpture Trail brochures. — Metadata creation date: 2017-11-29

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