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Lying-In Hospital, Dublin.
Lying-In Hospital, Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London, Publishd Dec.r 1798.
Coloured aquatint. 315 x 430mm (12½ x 17"), with large margins, partial watermark '17 LE[**]'. Crack in bottom plate mark and tears in margin repaired.
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. From James Malton's 'A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin', 1792-5.
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[The King's Hospital] Blue-Coat Hospital Dublin.
[The King's Hospital] Blue-Coat Hospital Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London, publishd March 1798, by Ja.s Malton.
Coloured aquatint. 310 x 425mm (12¼ x 16¾"), with large margins, partial watermark '[**]RD 95'. Ink stamp of 'Athenĉum Library Liverpool' in inscription area.
The exterior of the King's Hospital (The Hospital and Free School of King Charles II, Oxmantown), one of the oldest schools in Ireland (founded 1669), with cadets parading. At the centre is the Blackhall Place building (home of the school 1783-1971, before the cupola was added in 1890; the building is now occupied by the Law Society of Ireland.
Bonar-Law 'Malton'.
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Trinity College, Dublin.
Trinity College, Dublin.
James Malton del. et fecit.
London. Published March 1.st 1793. by Ja.s Malton.
Coloured aquatint. 315 x 430mm (12½ x 16¾"), with large margins, partial watermark '17 LE[**]'. Crack in bottom plate mark and holes in margin repaired, slight abrasion in sky.
A view from the street of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin (known as Trinity College, Dublin), founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592. From James Malton's 'A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin', 1792-5.
Abbey Scenery: 473; Bonar-Law
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