[Design for an enriched semi-circular plaster tympanum]
[by Michael Stapleton].
|Main Creator:||Stapleton, Michael, 1747-1801, stuccodore|
Ink and pencil on laid paper (J Whatman). See entry for Plate 118, p. 245 of 'The Stapleton Collection: Designs for the Irish neoclassical interior'. Conor Lucey (2007). Tralee: Churchill Press' - "The sketched details in pencil indicate its' adaption for a recess with pilasters and architrave. Almost identical to the front drawing room at No. 20 North Great George's Street. Also very similar to examples at No. 44 Mountjoy Square and No. 5 Great Denmark Street (both demolished)". Written on recto at lower right of sheet: 'Q I LXXI  55 / Killeen House / CPC [Constatine Peter Curran]'. Constatine Curran (1880-1972) acquired the Stapleton drawings for the Friends of the National Collections who donated them to the NLI in 1940.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
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[n.d., between ca. 1760 and 1800].
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink and pencil, 24.5 x 34.8 cm..
Citations/References: 'The Stapleton Collection: Designs for the Irish neoclassical interior'. Conor Lucey (2007). Tralee: Churchill Press. Plate 118, p. 245.
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|PD AD 2219||
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