|Summary:||Portrait of Sir Thomas Lopdell O'Shaughnessy, (1850-1933), who was sworn in (in 1905) as the Recorder of Dublin, a judicial position that was abolished in 1924, with the Recorder's functions transferred to the new Circuit Court; he subsequently became a judge of the High Court in the Irish Free State, resigning in 1925. He was knighted in 1927. |
|Format:|| PRINTS & DRAWINGS
|Published / Created:||
[n.d., ca. 1923?]
|Notes:||Inscribed 'The Right Hon.' in ink on recto, this is a portrait of Thomas O'Shaughnessy, who served as the last Recorder of Dublin. |
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink ; sheet 16 x 9.9 cm..
|Credits:||Attributed to John Burke (1888-1959).|