Dublin Oil Gas Station
Drawn from Nature & on Stone by J. Connelly [sic]. October 1824.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, John, fl. ca. 1825, artist|
View of the Dublin Oil Gas Company on Pearse Street, formerly Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, Ireland. In the foreground are two goats resting on a bank of earth. A man wearing a top hat rides his horse nearby.
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Dublin : at the first Irish Lithographic Establishment, No. 12 Pitt St. Dublin, October 1834.
Formerly at call number 511TB.
Printed beneath image: Taylor & Martineau Engineers / J. Cooke, Architect & Surveyor.
Title printed l.c. on sheet. Pencil inscription on back 'St. Mark's Church VC Dublin IRG'
Physical description: 1 print: lithograph ; image 23.4 x 25.6 cm., on sheet 38.6 x 46.8 cm..
Citations/References: Irish topographical prints / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Malton Press, Dublin, 1975 ; p. 26.
Reproduction Note: B&W Neg. 511 TB (R.14976).
Attributed to John Connolly, (fl. ca. 1825).
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.