The Death Abeion
B.P. Scally Santry Court 2 Dec 1988.
|Main Creator:||Scally, Brendan, 1921-, artist.|
According to the accompanying note by Brendan Scally, Sir Charles Domville had an Arabian stallion called Abian. Abian was shot by Sir Charles Domville after the horse refused to jump three times in front of Sir Charles' friends. Sir Charles was remorseful and had the animal enbombed at the bottom of the steps to the main entrance to the house, Santry Court. An Eleanor column was erected over the tomb but is now demolished.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
|Published / Created:||
2nd December 1988.
Title inscribed in pencil l.c..
Sketched in pencil l.r. on drawing of coat of arms showing a lion wearing a crown.
Physical description: 1 drawing : pencil ; 29.6 x 42 cm..
Attributed to Brendan Scally, (1921-).
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|PD 4055 TX (1) 51||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
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