Tomb of Fedlim O Connor of Connaught in the Dominican Abbey at Roscommon, founded by him in 1253. He was buried there in 1265 just by the Great Altar (North side). His Figure is above 6 feet in length & his gallowglasses are well cut in marble
W. Ousley 10 Aug.t 1781 ; JT. Oct 1799.
|Main Creator:||Turner, Joseph Reverend ca. 1772-1835, artist|
Drawing of the effigy said to be that of King Felim O'Connor in the Dominican abbey at Roscommon, County Roscommon, Ireland. Beneath the effigy is the tomb-front which supports it, showing gallowglasses bearing alternately swords and axes.
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Inscribed in ink beneath the second gallowglass from the left: broken.
Inscribed in ink m.r.: 2 feet 10 inches high.
See 2122 TX (4) 32 & 2122 TX (9) for similar drawings.
Title inscribed in ink l.c.
Physical description: 1 drawing : pen & wash ; 20.3 x 23 cm.
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|Coo 2122 TX (4) 11||
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