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Blackrock Castle.
Blackrock Castle. Dedicated by permission to Councillor Hewitt, Vice Chairman of The Cork School of Design by His obedient servants, R. & W. Clarke.
R.L. Stopford, Del. T. Picken, Lith. Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen.
[n.d. c. 1840.]
Lithograph. Printed area 310 x 410mm (12¼ x 16"). Maple framed. Unexamined out of maple frame.
Blackrock Castle, on the River Lee, just outside Cork, painted by Robert Lowe Stopford (1813-1898). Built in Elizabethan times to defend Cork, the castle has burned down twice, the last time in 1827. The scene here shows the castle as it was rebuilt in 1829 by architect George Richard Pain (1793-1838). It is now owned by Cork Corporation, and houses 'Ireland's first fully interactive astronomy centre'.
[Ref: 28647]   £260.00  
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Her Majesty Queen Victoria's Tour Thro the Fleet in the Harbour of Cork, on the 3d. August, 1849. Publ.d for the Benefit of the Cork Masonic Female Orphan Asylum. Dedicated to Col.n J.C. Chatterton K.H. Provincial Grand Master of Munster S.G.I.G. 33.rd
Her Majesty Queen Victoria's Tour Thro the Fleet in the Harbour of Cork, on the 3d. August, 1849. Publ.d for the Benefit of the Cork Masonic Female Orphan Asylum. Dedicated to Col.n J.C. Chatterton K.H. Provincial Grand Master of Munster S.G.I.G. 33.rd By his Friend & Brother Oliver J. Jones 1st. Lieut. H.M.S. Ganges.
Lieut. O.J. Jones Del.t Dickinson & Co. Lith.
Published by Dickinson & Co. 114 New Bond Street, London. [n.d. c.1850.]
Tinted lithograph. 555 x 705mm. 21¾ x 27¾".
From 2 to 12 August 1849, Queen Victoria took an eleven-day visit to Cork, Dublin and Belfast. The welcoming party seen here on the River Lee with various larger tallships and steam paddle boat; dinghys in the foreground with various supporters of the Monarch.
[Ref: 25978]   £950.00  
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Back of Haulbowline & View Down the Harbour.
Back of Haulbowline & View Down the Harbour. Taken from the point at Ringaskiddy.
Sketched & Drawn on Stone by H. Morgan Esq. W. Spreat Lith. Exceter.
[n.d., c.1850.]
Hand coloured lithograph. Sheet size: 265 x 360mm (10½ x 14¼").
A view of Hawbowline in Cork Harbour off the coast of Ireland, taken from the fishing village of Ringaskiddy. A number of vessels are seen in the water, including two long rowing boats in the distance to the left, a tall sailing ship in the middle ground in the centre, and a smaller boat in the foreground. Two figures are seen with a fishing net on a bank to the right.
[Ref: 37231]   £360.00  
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Cork River & Blackrock Castle.
Cork River & Blackrock Castle. From above the Glanmire Road.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & C.o. 48, Watling Street, London. [n.d., c.1840]
Lithograph. Sheet: 410 x 295mm (16 x 11½"). Staining in margins.
View of the mouth of the River Lee across to Blackrock Castle, a 16th Century castle originally built to defend the mouth of Cork harbour.
[Ref: 35206]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Cove of Cork, from above Queenstown.
The Cove of Cork, from above Queenstown.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & C.o. 48, Watling Street, London. [n.d., c.1840]
Lithograph. Sheet: 410 x 295mm (16 x 11½"). Slight mount stain.
View of Cork Harbour from Cobh on Great Island, the town was known as Queenstown until 1920. Cork Harbour is a natural harbour at the mouth of the River Lee. The harbour contains several islands including Great Island from which the view is taken. Several ships are depicted in the harbour and figures can be seen on the beaches.
[Ref: 35204]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Gougaune Barra Ireland.
Gougaune Barra Ireland.
[after by W.H. Bartlett.]
[n.d. c.1840.]
Watercolour. 180 x 241mm. 7 x 9½".
Gougane Barra, is a settlement, west of Macroom in County Cork, Ireland. Signed "MB 18?5" in image from a painting by W.H. Bartlett published in 1841, The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland.
[Ref: 24144]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Lower Glanmire.
Lower Glanmire.
T. S. Roberts del. S. Alken fecit.
[London. Published by T.S. Roberts, Augst 1 1796.]
Aquatunt printed in sanguine. Sheet size: 335 x 440mm (13¼ x 17¼"). Trimmed inside plate.
A picturesque landscape view of Glanmire, County Cork, Ireland. The scene shows figures with a fishing net by a river in the foreground, cottages and a church on the opposite shore with horses and carts outside, two sailing boats on the river, hills in the distance and trees throughout. A plate from 'Views in Ireland' by Thomas Sautell Roberts, 1795-96.
[Ref: 38063]   £230.00  
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To the most Noble Marquis of Lansdown, &c, &c
To the most Noble Marquis of Lansdown, &c, &c This View of Sheene Bridge_Co. of Kerry__Ireland is with great respect inscribed by his obedient Servants T: Walmsley and F: Jukes.
From an original Picture by T.Walmsley. Engraved by F.Jukes.
Pubd. Jan. 1st. 1800. by T. Walmsley 15 Argyle St. Bath, and F.Jukes 10 Howland St. London.
Aquatint with original hand colour, 364 x 460mm. Almost mint condition.
A fine aquatint view.
[Ref: 7612]   £490.00  
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To Henry Arthur Herbert Esqr_
To Henry Arthur Herbert Esqr_ This View of Torc or Middle Lake of Killarney, is with great respect inscribed by his obedient Servants T: Walmsley and F: Jukes.
From an original Picture by T.Walmsley. Engraved by F.Jukes.
Pubd. Jan. 1st. 1800. by T. Walmsley 15 Argyle St. Bath, and F.Jukes 10 Howland St. London.
Aquatint with original hand colour, 360 x 455mm. Lightly age toned, with some foxing.
A fine aquatint view.
[Ref: 7613]   £490.00  
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The Gap of Dunloe,_Killarney.
The Gap of Dunloe,_Killarney.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London [n.d., c.1840].
Hand coloured lithograph with gum arabic, image 320 x 225mm. 12½ x 8¾". Traces of creasing; magnificent original colour.
A view of The Gap of Dunloe, a narrow mountain pass in County Kerry, Ireland. It is about 11 km (7 miles) from north to south. Within it are five lakes: Coosaun Lough, Black Lake, Cushnavally Lake, Auger Lake, and Black Lough (north to south). These lakes are connected by the River Loe. From a folio 'Twelve Views in Ireland'.
Abbey Scenery 469, 10.
[Ref: 21747]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Comeen-Duff or Black Valley, Killarney.
Comeen-Duff or Black Valley, Killarney.
George Petrie, R.H.A. del.t. N. Fielding saculp.t.
Dublin, Published by W.F. Wakeman, 9 D'Olier Street, 1835.
Fine hand coloured aquatint. Platemark: 225 x 270mm (8¾ x 10½"). Horizontal stain along upper edge, outside of printed area.
A picturesque view of the Black Valley in County Kerry, a remote location in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks situated south of the Gap of Dunloe and north of Moll's Gap. A plate from volume three of 'Picturesque sketches of some of the finest landscape and coast scenery of Ireland', 1835.
Abbey: 465.
[Ref: 38056]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The Eagle Rock, _ Killarney.
The Eagle Rock, _ Killarney.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. [n.d., 1850.]
Tinted lithograph with large margins. Sheet size: 435 x 300mm (17 x 11¾"). Slight foxing.
View of the Eagle Rock, Killarney, Co. Kerry with people rowing on lake in foreground.
[Ref: 35191]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Lower Lake from Victoria Hotel, Killarney.
Lower Lake from Victoria Hotel, Killarney.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & C.o. 48, Watling Street, London. [n.d., c.1840]
Lithograph with tintstone, sheet 245 x 380mm (9½ x 15").
View of the Lower Lake of the Lakes of Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland. From a series of 'Twelve Views in Ireland From Drawings taken on the Spot', one of two volumes with the same title published by Newman & Co, circa 1840.
Abbey 469.6; for other prints from the same series, see refs. 21747, 35191, 35203 and 40144.
[Ref: 40143]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Lower Lake from Lake Hotel, Killarney.
Lower Lake from Lake Hotel, Killarney.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & C.o. 48, Watling Street, London. [n.d., c.1840]
Lithograph. Sheet: 410 x 295mm, (16 x 11½"). Staining in margins. Marks in printed area. Dusty.
View of the Lower Lake of the Lakes of Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland. Several figures walk along a path beside the lake while a boat sails on the water.
[Ref: 35203]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The Upper Lake, Killarney, from the Kenmare Road.
The Upper Lake, Killarney, from the Kenmare Road.
Lithographed & Published by Newman & C.o. 48, Watling Street, London. [n.d., c.1840]
Lithograph with tintstone, sheet 245 x 380mm (9½ x 15").
View of the Lower Lake of the Lakes of Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland. From a series of 'Twelve Views in Ireland From Drawings taken on the Spot', one of two volumes with the same title published by Newman & Co, circa 1840.
Abbey 469.3; for other prints from the same series, see refs. 21747, 35191, 35203 and 40143.
[Ref: 40144]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Muckross Abbey - Killarney. From a woodcut.]
[Muckross Abbey - Killarney. From a woodcut.]
[n.d., c.1890.]
Watercolour on 'Whatman' watermarked paper. Sheet size: 155 x 200mm (6 x 8").
A watercolour view of Muckross Abbey, Killarney, Ireland, one of the major ecclesiastical sites found in the Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland. In the 17th and 18th centuries, it became the burial place for prominent County Kerry poets O'Donoghue, Ó Rathaille and Ó Súilleabháin.
[Ref: 38058]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Queenstown Harbour, Ireland.
Queenstown Harbour, Ireland.
[Edward Morrison de Courcy Short]
[1887]
Pencil sketch, 85 x 195mm. 3¼ x 7¾".
A view of the harbour in Cobh (then Queenstown), Ireland. From an album of 'sketches made on a trip round the world'. By Edward Morrison de Courcy Short, b.1857, who attended Charterhouse School, Surrey (1870-6). He passed the Ceylon Civil Service exam in 1878, and in 1905 became Chairman of the Municipal Council and Mayor of Colombo, retiring in 1910.
List of Carthusians, 1800-1879, by W.D. Parrish
[Ref: 11236]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Holy Cross, County of Tipperary.
Holy Cross, County of Tipperary.
Fred.k Calvert del et sculp.
London, Pub, 1, Jan.y 1813 by S.Inman, 7 Lambs Conduit St, Foundling Hospital.
Rare aquatint. 200 x 285mm (8 x 11¼"). Watermarked 'N Sharp 1817'. Large margins. Slight soiling.
A moonlit scene of Holycross Abbey, a ruined Cistercian monastery near Thurles. It got its name from a relic of the True Cross given to the monastery by Queen Isabella, widow of King John. When the abbey was restored in 1969 the Vatican gave them another authenticated relic of the Holy Cross; in 2012 the relic was stolen but recovered the following year.
[Ref: 37390]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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