Castle & Church of Trim S:W:, Co.y Meath
|Main Creator:||Grose, Daniel, approximately 1766-1838|
View of Slane College or Abbey, County Meath, Ireland.
View of some of the historical buildings in Trim, County Meath, Ireland, with inscription in pencil stating what they are. Building on left of drawing is Trim Castle otherwise known as King John's Castle. Buildings in the middle have the inscription "Diocesan School House" written in pencil above them. Tower on right has the inscription "Yellow Steeple" inscribed in pencil above it.
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17th September 1792.
Title inscribed in ink on verso of drawing.
Inscribed in pencil on verso of drawing: Castle Church & Yellow Castle, Trim, Co. Meath.
Inscribed in ink on verso of drawing: Reduced.
Inscribed in ink u.c.: S.W.V. Trim Church & Castle. Pl. 1 Co. Meath 17 Sept: 1792.
Watermark part of a crest visible l.c..
Physical description: 1 drawing : pen & ink wash ; 26.2 x 37.2 cm..
Citations/References: Irish topographical prints & drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Malton Press, 1975 ; P. 137.
Attributed to Lieutenant Daniel Grose, (ca. 1766-1838).
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|PD 1976 TX 111||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.