Lying-In Hospital, Dublin
James Malton del et fecit.
|Main Creator:||Malton, James, d. 1803, engraver.|
The Lying-In Hospital or the Rotunda, was the first of its kind in Ireland or Great Britain, was promoted by Dr. Bartholomew Mosse, designed by Richard Castle or Cassels, begun in 1751 and opened in 1757. The Rotunda is seen in the distance.
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London : Published Decr. 1795, [between ca. 1803 and 1820].
Title printed l.c. within plate mark.
Physical description: 1 print : aquatint ; image 25.4 x 37.9 cm., within plate mark 31.1 x 40.2 cm., on sheet 41.4 x 56.5 cm..
Citations/References: James Malton's Dublin views / Maurice Craig. - Dolmen Press, Dublin, 1981 : Plate 15.
Reproduction Note: Transparency.
Reproduction Note: Col. Neg. No: 21483.
Reproduction Note: B&W Neg. No.: R18046 (2 copies).
Attributed to James Malton, (d. 1803).
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