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Item Number: 142617
Title: Irish Fine Art in the Early Modern Period: New Perspectives on Artistic Practice, 1620–1820
Author: Fenlon, Jane (et al)
Record created on 08/16/16
Description: Newbridge: Irish Academic Press, 2016. 24cm., hardcover, 256pp. illus.
Contents: 'An Irish Teniers? The development of paintings of everyday life in Ireland, c.1780 - c.1810', Mary Jane Boland ; 'Parliament as theatre - Francis Wheatley's The Irish House of Commons revisited', Fintan Cullen ; 'The Portrait Collection in the Great Hall of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin', Jane Fenlon ; 'Visualising the Privileged Status of Motherhood - The Commemoration of Women in Irish Funerary Monuments, c.1600-c.1650', Elaine Hoysted ; 'The Contribution of Foreign Artists to Cultural Life in Eighteenth-Century Dublin', Nicola Figgis ; 'Theft, Concealment and Exposure - Nathaniel Hone's The Spartan Boy', William Laffan ; 'An Irish Artist's Indian Portrait', Siobhan McDermott ; 'Artistic connections between Dublin and London in the early-Georgian period - James Latham and Joseph Highmore', Jacqueline Riding ; 'The "Strange and Unaccountable" John Van Nost - The Making of a Sculptural Career in Eighteenth-Century Ireland', G. Sullivan.
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