Monument in Kents town [sic] : Monument at Graigemanagh
|Main Creator:||Grose, Daniel, approximately 1766-1838|
Drawing on left shows the effigy of Thomas de Tuite of 1363, at Kentsown, County Meath. The monument shows a man dressed in medieval costume, his hands clasped in prayer, head resting on pillow or cushion, dog lying at his feet. Drawing on right shows the fourteenth century high-relief carving of a knight in chain mail reaching for his sword. This effigy is of the Knight of Duiske in Duiske Abbey, Graignemanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
|Published / Created:||
[between ca. 1791 and 1792].
See 1976 TX 54 and 1976 TX 55 for similar sketches.
Titles inscribed in ink l.c..
Watermark visible l.l. with part of a crest and the letter "R".
Physical description: 2 drawings (1 sheet) : pen & ink wash ; 19 x 27 cm..
Citations/References: Irish topographical prints & drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Malton Press, Dublin, 1975 : P. 135.
Probably attribution to Lieutenant Daniel Grose, (ca. 1766-1838).