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Dublin decorative plasterwork of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

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Published by Alec Tiranti in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasterwork, Decorative -- Ireland -- Dublin.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.P. Curran.
    SeriesChapters in art series
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx,124p., 162p. of plates (4col.) :
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22446947M
    ISBN 10085458000X
    OCLC/WorldCa3024572


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London, Tiranti, Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth : Alec Tiranti, First Edition. Pap, Interspersed with plates & 4 tipped-in colour illustrations; followed by black and white depictions of important and historical Dublin plasterwork; map endpapers.

The plasterwork was done by Michael Stapleton, one of the finest stuccadores of the time. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran in his book “Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”, and the photographs he took were essential to the restoration of the house.

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New York: Transatlantic Arts, illustrations, 4 in color. x + pp., tall 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. New York: Transatlantic Arts, First American edition. The plasterwork here was done by Michael Stapleton, one of the finest stuccodores of the time. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran, a close personal friend of Joyce’s, in his book Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.

plasterwork stems from a period as curator of the richly decorated Newman House in Dublin and from ongoing research on the phenomenon of migrant craftsmen in eighteenth-century Ireland and Europe. Wijnand Freling is an architect and received his PhD from.

Michael Stapleton (born Dublin, Ireland, indied 8 Augustin Dublin) is regarded as having been the most skilled stuccodore working in the neoclassical or "Adam" style that dominated Dublin interior decoration in the final decades of the 18th century. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran in his book Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, and the photographs he took were essential to the.

His research on Dublin architecture, and specifically on the history of plasterwork in the city, resulted in the publication of a number of books on the subject including Dublin Plasterwork (), Newman House and University Church () and Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries ().

The plasterwork was done by Michael Stapleton, one of the finest stuccadores of the time. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran in his book “Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”, and the photographs he took were essential to.

In his Preface to Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries () C.P. Curran argues that any study of the subject must concern itself primarily with the latter period: ‘This is so for two reasons.

The Dublin stuccodores’ craft reached a singular perfection in that century and notwithstanding the loss their work has suffered and still undergoes in the.

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Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. New York: Transatlantic Arts, illustrations, 4 in color.

x + pp., tall 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. New York: Transatlantic Arts, First American edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. More. The plasterwork here was done by Michael Stapleton, one of the finest stuccadores of the time. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran in his book Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, and the photographs he took.

Born in Dublin. He was the author of Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, James Joyce Remembered and Under the Receding Wave. He is buried in Dublin. Further information and directions to the grave are to be found in "The End. C.P. Curran, Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries(), ; Joseph McDonnell, Irish eighteenth-century stuccowork and its European sources (National Gallery of Ireland, ), 13,21; Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (), Dublin Castle is one of the most important buildings in Irish history.

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London: Pp. x ++ illustrations. 50S. MR CURRAN is the unchallenged authority on the subject of Dublin plaster. Book Description: New York School of Printing, Soft cover.

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Decorative plasterwork Expand I can perform intricate plasterwork and a range of ‘features’ that leaves my work a league above the rest. Have a look at this work I did – an embedded television on a fireplace.

The Rotunda Hospital – Its architects and craftsmen, Dublin: Three Candles, Newman House and University Church, Dublin: University College Dublin, Dublin Decorative Plasterwork of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, London: Tiranti, James Joyce Remembered, London: Oxford University Press, A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century was published in this five-volume version inand aimed at providing a less sectarian history than was currently available.

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Curran; Decorative plasterwork in Great Britain / Geoffrey Beard; Paper collage / Robin Capon; English church craftmanship: an introduction to the work of the mediaeval period and some account of la.

Ireland - Ireland - Social, economic, and cultural life in the 17th and 18th centuries: Although the late 16th century was marked by the destruction of Gaelic civilization in the upper levels of society, it was preserved among the ordinary people of the northwest, west, and southwest, who continued to speak Irish and who maintained a way of life remote from that of the new landlord class.

84) between fine and decorative art in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, and offers a bravura reading of the interplay between design and making.

She emphasizes how the Italian apprenticeship system produced stuccatori adept at both drawing and modelling, leading to their supremacy over native craftsmen in Britain and Ireland. The historic interior.

Aynsley, J. and Grant, C. (eds.), Imagined Interiors, representing the domestic since the Renaissance (). This book sprang from the same project as The Domestic Interiors Database, which is an online, searchable collection of images.; Ayres, J., The Shell Book of the Home in Britain: Decoration, design and construction of vernacular interiors ().

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Anglo-Dutch style () During the late 17th century and the first decades of the 18th century, the design of fashionable Irish buildings was heavily influenced by a restrained classical style of architecture that had filtered through England from Holland and France over the course of the 17th century.

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Ormond Castle is now in the care of the Office of Public Works, Dublin, which has carried out major repairs to the plasterwork.

Very little of the original plaster had survived but photographs taken earlier in the twentieth century and the fragments remaining in situ enabled recreations of the original designs of the long gallery and new dining chamber to be undertaken; nothing survived of the.History in a book and the book in history Sat, Aug 1,It is now fifty years since a young American graduate student, James Phillips, arrived in Dublin to investigate the book trade of.Founded by Narcissus Marsh, the Archbishop of Dublin, inits interior is a magnificent example of a 17th-century scholar's library and has remained much the same for three centuries.

The walls are lined with scholarly volumes, chiefly focused on theology, medicine, ancient history, and maps.