Iphigenia - UCD Digital Library


Abstract: Glendon (b.1947, Ireland) trained in his father’s stone yard in south county Dublin and later trained with Michael Biggs. This work was the result of a Stone Symposium in the Dublin mountains in 1984. Iphigenia, the daughter of Agamemnon, was sacrificed to enable the Greek fleet to sail for the siege of Troy.

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three dimensional object
still image
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Medium:: Granite
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Descriptive text by Ruth Ferguson and Paula Murphy, UCD; research by Myles Campbell and Claire Lowney, Class of 2008, UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy.
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Sculpture   linked data (lctgm)
Iphigenia --University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland--ie
University College Dublin, Main Restaurant
Additional information
Thomas Glendon Master Craftsman Iphigenia Granite Sculpture

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