This remnant of Antiquity has formerly been the Guild Hall for several hundred years for the Dublin Corporate Guilds to meet. Within the present century over the arch there was a house inhabited and the Freeman's Journal was published and edited by that notorious celebrated personage = The Sharn Squire /
|Main Creator:||Sadler, William, artist.|
View of St. Audoen's Arch, Dublin, Ireland, one of the last surviving entrance to the old city. To the right of the drawing is the steeple of St. Audeon's Church.
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Title inscribed in ink on piece of paper attached u.l. to sheet with drawing pasted on it.
Inscribed in piece of paper attached to drawing: This picture of St. Audeon's Arch (looking up) with its description were bought by me this day at the Picture Shop in the [...] opposite the Castle steps was was to have been made recently. 6 Oct. 1869. For 1/-.
Physical description: 1 drawing : watercolour ; image 31.3 x 26.3 cm., pasted on sheet 37.5 x 30.3 cm..
Attributed to William Sadler.
1 of 3 drawings of St. Audeon's Arch, Dublin, Ireland, collected by C. MacCready, (1869-1876). See 4176 TX 2 and 3 for more details of other drawings.
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|PD 4176 TX 1||
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