St George (C. of I.), Hardwicke Place - UCD Digital Library

St George (C. of I.), Hardwicke Place : spire (lower stage)

In collection Civic and Ecclesiastical Architecture of Georgian Dublin Collection

Date
Date created:
Type of Resource
still image
Physical description
1 still image : digital
5249x3467 pixels — Digital origin: reformatted digital — Reformating quality: preservation (image/tiff) (image/jp2) (image/jpeg)
File details: Original file in TIFF format; a JPEG2000 file has been derived from the original using Kakadu software; JPEG files in various resolutions have been derived for the original using ImageMagick software.
Digital image captured from the original 35mm slide in the slide library of the UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy
Languages
English  
Genre
Slide
Subject
Architecture--Ireland--Dublin
Churches--Ireland--Dublin
Architectural elements--Ireland--Dublin
Steeples--Ireland--Dublin
St George (C. of I.), Hardwicke Place Hardwicke Place, Drumcondra, Dublin 1, Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, 2, Ireland --ie-- Ireland Leinster County Dublin Dublin 1 Drumcondra
Location
University College Dublin. UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy. Civic and Ecclesiastical Architecture of Georgian Dublin Collection. UCDAHCP0210
Alternative view
St George, Hardwicke Place (C. of I.): view from Hardwicke Street

Record source
Prepared by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin Record identifier: uri:info:fedora/ivrla:31295 — Descriptions created by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin.

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