[View of St. Doulagh's Church, Balgriffin, County Dublin, Ireland]
|Main Creator:||Barralet, John James, ca. 1747-1815, artist.|
View of the church showing the unglazed east window, and weeds emerging from the battlements of the tower. Trees occupy the centre of the picture, and there is a gate on the right.
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[n.d., ca. 1780].
Drawing was mounted onto a sheet (since removed in the course of conservation), which bore the following inscription in ink: Saint Doulough's. It is said to have been built by the Danes as a shr[ine?]:.. considers it the work of Natives and dedicated to St. Doulo[ugh].
Physical description: 1 print : wash ; image 16.1 x 23.5 cm., on sheet 17.1 x 24.5 cm.
Citations/References: St. Doulagh's Church / Peter Harbison. - Studies, Spring 1982 p. 27-47
Attributed to J.J. Barralet (ca. 1747-1815) because the style used in this drawing is similar to other works executed by him in the Cooper Collection.
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|Coo 2122 TX (57)||
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