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Beau-Parc
Beau-Parc Most Humbly Inscribed to Charles Lambart Esq.r by Tho.s Milton.
T. Roberts Pinx.t. T. Milton sculp.t.
Published as the Act directs 1st March, 1785 by J. Walker, Charing Cross London, for the Author, T. Milton in Dublin.
Engraving. 155 x 200mm (6 x 8"). Very large margins.
Beau Parc, County Meath, built in the 1770s possibly by amateur architect Nataniel Clements. This plate was engraved by Thomas Milton after Thomas Roberts (1748-78) and issued in the third installment (of six) of Milton's 'A Collection of Select Views from the different Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in the Kingdom of Ireland', published 1783-93, with a total of 24 plates. Milton (1743-1827), son of marine painter John Milton, is believed to have been a pupil of William Woollett. He later worked on Boydell's Shakespeare series and aquatinted some of Luigi Meyer's views of Egypt.
http://www.libraryireland.com/irishartists/thomas-milton.php.
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Bay of Dublin.
Bay of Dublin.
Drawn by J. Carr Esqr. Engraved by T. [missing].
Publish'd June 4, 1806 by R. Phillips, No.8, New Bridge Street, Blackfryars.
Aquatint in sepia, sheet 245 x 405mm. 9¾ x 16". Two vertical fold creases, as normal. Trimmed within plate, into image at right.
Prospect of the coast near Dublin, Ireland; buildings, ships out to sea, and cattle and figures on a horse and cart to foreground. From 'The Stranger in Ireland; or, a Tour in the southern and western parts of that country, in the year 1805' by Sir John Carr.
Abbey Scenery: 454, 2. British Library: 000614432.
[Ref: 16031]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Dublin Bay & Kingstown Harbour, from Killiney Quarries.
Dublin Bay & Kingstown Harbour, from Killiney Quarries.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & Co., 48 Watling St., London.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 300 x 440mm (11¾ x 17¼"). Slight soiling.
View from Killiney Hill overlooking Dublin Bay with Howth in the distance and Dun Laoghaire below. Although Newman & Co. published two works both called 'Twelve Views in Ireland From Drawings taken on the Spot', this view was not from those books.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 44570]   £230.00  
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A Prospect of the City of Dublin, from the Magazine Hill, in His Majesty's Phoenix Park. Veue de la Ville de Dublin de dessus l'Arsenal desu Majesté buti sur la Montagne des Pheonix Pare.
A Prospect of the City of Dublin, from the Magazine Hill, in His Majesty's Phoenix Park. Veue de la Ville de Dublin de dessus l'Arsenal desu Majesté buti sur la Montagne des Pheonix Pare. Six points de Veue d'edifices publics et remarquables de la Ville de Dublin.
J. Tudor delin. J. Mason sculp.
Published by Laurie & Whittle, No.53 Fleet Street London. [n.d., c.1750.]
Hand coloured engraving. Platemark: 245 x 400mm (9¾ x 15¾"). Very large margins.
A view of the city of Dublin, after Joseph Tudor (1695 - 1759), one of the most ambitious and highly regarded Irish painters of his generation. In the foreground, a man in a tricorn hat who is pointing to the right, a woman wearing a particularly broad dress, and a young girl in a bonnet, stand on Magazine Hill, overlooking the city in the distance. Cattle and other figures can be seen on the banks of the River Liffey in the centre, with the spires of Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick's Cathedral, as well as many other prominent buildings, in the background.
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Botany Bay Dublin.
Botany Bay Dublin.
[Myra Kathleen Hughes.]
Published by W.H. Beynon & Co. Cheltenham. [n.d. c.1915.]
Etching. Plate 185 x 266mm (7¼ x 10½").
Botany Bay in Dublin, the square which derives its name in part from the herb garden it once containted; it was then succeeded by Trinity College's own Botanic Gardens. By Irish artist Myra Kathleen Hughes (c.1885-1918).
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View from Capel-Street, Looking over Essex-Bridge _ Dublin.
View from Capel-Street, Looking over Essex-Bridge _ Dublin.
Ja.s Malton del et fecit.
London, Published Oct. 1797, by Ja.s Malton.
Hand coloured aquatint. Watermarked paper, 'Turkey Mill. 1822'. Platemark: 310 x 430mm (12¼ x 17").
A view down Capel Street, Dublin, over Essex Bridge, towards a domed building with a pedimented portico, with a bow-windowed shop on the left hung with oval signs lettered, 'The Military State Lottery Office' and 'The Old State Lottery Office'. Many figures, including a lamp-lighter can be seen on the street. A ship is visible behind the bridge parapet to the left. From the series, 'A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin', published by James Malton, 1797.
Abbey: 473. 22. III/III.
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View of the Law-Courts, Looking up the Liffey, Dublin.
View of the Law-Courts, Looking up the Liffey, Dublin.
Jas. Malton del. et fecit.
London Published March 1799 by Jas. Malton.
Hand-coloured etching and aquatint, very large margins. Plate 317 x 432mm. 12½ x 17".
View of a large neo-classical building on the right, with a dome and pedimented portico, with arcaded gateways running from it across courtyards to the wings on either side, seen from the river with two bridges visible in the distance and many boats and figures, and a dog lying on driftwood in the centre. The Four Courts, from Ormonde Bridge (swept away in a flood in 1802), Dublin, Ireland. According to Maurice Craig, this plate must have been one of the last plates to be completed, because the Four Courts was still not finished by the Act of Union in 1800. In the distance is Dublin Bridge or the Old Bridge, rebuilt in 1816-17 as Whitworth Bridge and known as Father Theobald Matthew's Bridge. The houses seen on the left side of the plate show us that the South Quays were not developed until the early nineteenth century From "A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin".
In the National Library of Ireland. Abbey Scenery: 473.10. Bonar-Law: 2.57.
[Ref: 25600]   £350.00  
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Marine School, Dublin, Looking up the Liffey.
Marine School, Dublin, Looking up the Liffey.
James Malton, del. et sculp.
London. Publish'd June 1796, by Jas. Malton.
Hand-coloured etching and aquatint. Plate 317 x 431mm. 12½ x 17". Crease and tear to lower right corner of sheet.
A view of ships, merchant vessels and a dinghy in the centre, on the Liffey. According to Maurice Craig, this print is really a view of the approach to Dublin by sea, with the Custom House in the distance on the right, rather than a view of the Hibernian Marine School which is on the left. From "A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin"
In the National Library of Ireland. Abbey Scenery: 473.18. Bonar-Law: 2.50.
[Ref: 25602]   £350.00  
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Marine School, Dublin, Looking up the Liffey.
Marine School, Dublin, Looking up the Liffey.
James Malton, del. et sculp.
London. Publish'd June 1796, by Ja.s Malton.
Aquatint with very large margins. Plate 315 x 430mm (12½ x 17"). Mount burn around platemark; slight foxing and abrasions in sky.
A view of ships, merchant vessels and a dinghy in the centre, on the Liffey. A fine view. According to Maurice Craig, this print is really a view of the approach to Dublin by sea, with the Custom House in the distance on the right, rather than a view of the Hibernian Marine School which is on the left. From Malton's "A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin"
See Ref: 25602 for hand-coloured version. In the National Library of Ireland. Abbey Scenery: 473.18; Bonar-Law 'Malton' 1.(ii); Bonar-Law 'Prints and Maps of Dublin': 2.50.
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Chief Secretary's Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin. 1835.
Chief Secretary's Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin. 1835.
Cald. Can f.
Very rare etching, platemark 130 x 180mm (5 x 7").
The Chief Secretary's Lodge, built by Sir John Blaquiere, 1st Baron de Blaquiere. The building is now the American Ambassador's Residence.
[Ref: 20313]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Rotunda & New Rooms, Dublin.
Rotunda & New Rooms, Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London, Publish'd Dec.r 1795.
Aquatint.Plate 312 x 430mm (12¼ x 17"), with very large margins. Repaired tears, some extending inside platemark; several nicks cut out of margins; laid on conservation tissue.
The Rotunda Hospital, one of the three main maternity hospitals in Dublin. It was originally known as "The Dublin Lying-in-Hospital" and was founded in 1745 by Bartholomew Mosse, a surgeon and male-midwife, who was appalled at the conditions that pregnant mothers had to endure at the time. The design of the hospital's main building was undertaken by the renowned architect Richard Cassels, who was also responsible for Lenister House, Russborough House and Powerscourt House.
Abbey Scenery: 473.16; Bonar-Law 2.(i)
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Rotunda & New Rooms, Dublin.
Rotunda & New Rooms, Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London, Publish'd Dec.r 1795.
Coloured aquatint. 315 x 430mm (12¼ x 17"), with large margins. Laid on card, mount burn.
The Rotunda Hospital, one of the three main maternity hospitals in Dublin.
Abbey Scenery: 473.16; Bonar-Law 2.(i)
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Royal Infirmary, Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Royal Infirmary, Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Ja.s Malton del. et fecit.
London. Pub.d by Ja.s Malton, & G. Cowen, Dublin, July 1794.
Aquatint with very large margins. Plate 311 x 430mm (12¼ x 17").
A view of the Royal Infirmary, that once stood in Phoenix Park, Dublin. From 'A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin Described in a Series of the most Interesting Scenes taken in the Year 1791'.
Abbey Scenery: 473.13; Bonar-Law 'Malton' 2.(ii)
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Sackville Street, Dublin.
Sackville Street, Dublin.
Lithographed by Newman & Co. 48 Watling St. London.
[London, 1845.]
Tinted lithograph. 300 x 439mm (11¾ x 17¼").
A view of the bustling traffic on Sackville Street, now known as O'Connell Street, looking towards the Nelson Pillar near the General Post Office. This is an example of the first state, with a lamp post on the left; in the second state it is removed, but leaving a flaw in the design; and in the third state it reappears in a more central position. A fourth and final state was published by the Stark Brothers in Sackville Street.
Bonar Law: Dublin, 4.342 (i).
[Ref: 24996]   £260.00  
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Sackville Street, Dublin.
Sackville Street, Dublin.
Lithographed by Newman & Co. 48 Watling St. London.
[London, 1845.]
Tinted lithograph later hand colour. 300 x 439mm (11¾ x 17¼").
A view of the bustling traffic on Sackville Street, now known as O'Connell Street, looking towards the Nelson Pillar near the General Post Office. This is an example of the second state, with the lamp post that had been on the left removed, leaving a flaw in the design. In the third state it reappears in a more central position; a fourth and final state was published by the Stark Brothers in Sackville Street.
Bonar Law: Dublin, 4.342 (ii).
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College Library, Dublin.
College Library, Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London, Pub.d by Ja.s Malton & G. Cowen, Dublin. July 1793.
Aquatint. Platemark: 312 x 430mm. (12¼ x 17"). Large margins.
A view of the 'long room' of the College Library, Dublin. Various figures can be seen including a man reading on right. From 'A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin Described in a Series of the most Interesting Scenes taken in the Year 1791'.
Bonar-Law 2.(i)
[Ref: 29998]   £360.00  
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National University Dublin.
National University Dublin.
MMRudge [pencil signature].
[n.d., c.1920.]
Etching, platemark 95 x 140mm (3¾ x 5½").
The central building of University College Dublin at the foundation of the National University of Ireland, which had originally been built for the Dublin International Exhibition of 1865. After UCD relocated in the 1960s, the building, on Earlsfort Terrace, waas transformed into the National Concert Hall. By Margaret M. Rudge, who exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Society of Women Artists between 1913 and 1929.
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View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood, in the Queen's Co.y Ireland, The Seat of Frederick Trench Esquire.
View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood, in the Queen's Co.y Ireland, The Seat of Frederick Trench Esquire.
F.W.T. 1818. Printed from Stone by Moser & Harris.
Lithograph, printed area 225 x 320mm (8¾ x 12½") large margins.
Landscape with river. Amateur lithograph by the army officer and politician Frederick William Trench (c.1777-1859), whose father owned Heywood, Ballynakill in Queen's County. Trench was also keenly interested in architecture: in 1815 he proposed a vast monument to British naval and military victories over France on the site which became Trafalgar Square, and in 1824 he launched a project for an embankment on the north side of the Thames (in conjunction with which a long print of the project was produced).
For Trench's embankment scheme see refs. 23749, 39952 &c.
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View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood in the Queen's County Ireland. The Seat of Frederick Trench Esqr. July 6 1821
View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood in the Queen's County Ireland. The Seat of Frederick Trench Esqr. July 6 1821
F.W.Trench
Lithograph, printed area approx. 240 x 445mm (9½ x 17½") very large margins. On fine india paper with FWT watermark.
Landscape with river. Amateur lithograph by the army officer and politician Frederick William Trench (c.1777-1859), whose father owned Heywood, Ballynakill in Queen's County. Trench was also keenly interested in architecture: in 1815 he proposed a vast monument to British naval and military victories over France on the site which became Trafalgar Square, and in 1824 he launched a project for an embankment on the north side of the Thames (in conjunction with which a long print of the project was produced).
For Trench's embankment scheme see refs. 23749, 39952 &c.
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View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood, in the Queen's Co.y Ireland, The Seat of Frederick Trench Esquire.
View from the Dublin Approach to Heywood, in the Queen's Co.y Ireland, The Seat of Frederick Trench Esquire.
F.W.T. 1818. / Printed from Stone by Moser & Harris.
Lithograph with large margins, printed area 225 x 320mm (8¾ x 12½").
Landscape with river. Amateur lithograph by the army officer and politician Frederick William Trench (c.1777-1859), whose father owned Heywood, Ballynakill in Queen's County. Trench was also keenly interested in architecture: in 1815 he proposed a vast monument to British naval and military victories over France on the site which became Trafalgar Square, and in 1824 he launched a project for an embankment on the north side of the Thames (in conjunction with which a long print of the project was produced).
Ex Collection: The Late Honourable Christopher Lennox-Boyd. For Trench's embankment scheme see refs. 23749, 27468 &c.
[Ref: 32251]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)

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