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Ongoing restoration of the City Assembly House, Trip to Great Houses of Yorkshire & the Irish Georgian Society Tour of Ireland

Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 24.06.16
Upcoming IGS Events
Thomas Roberts (1748-1777) and His Patrons: A Tour of Georgian Ireland
This lecture, delivered by William Laffan, explores Roberts’s paintings of some of the most famous landscapes of Georgian Ireland, from Lucan, Slane, and Carton to the Casino at Marino, and Dawson’s Grove. He also painted more humble landscapes of small-town Ireland, of Ballyshannon, Belleek and Belturbet. Patriotism, ‘improvement’, emulation, exhibiting practices and the aesthetics of the ‘Picturesque’ are themes that will be explored to illuminate the artistic and social contexts that Roberts reflects and, on occasion, shapes.

The lecture will take place in the magnificent interior of Christ Church Cathedral in Waterford (pictured), one of two cathedrals in the city designed by Roberts’s father John.

Monday 27th June 2016, 7.00pm
Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford 
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Tickets: €5 (students free)

William Laffan is co-author (with Brendan Rooney) of Thomas Roberts, Landscape and Patronage in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, published by Churchill House Press (2009).
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Tour: The Liberties & the Edward Worth Library
An enjoyable stroll from the steps of City Hall, through the social history and some architectural highlights of the Liberties, down Bow Lane to the former Dr. Steeven's Hospital. The group will visit the Edward Worth Library, lined with beautiful and priceless rare books from the Renaissance onwards. Commentary on the architecture, history and fables of the Liberties by Arran Henderson and a talk on the unique Worth Library and its collection, by its curator and scholar Dr Elizabethann Boran. 

Wednesday 6th July 2016, 2.15pm
Tickets: €20/25
Limited places remaining

Image: Edward Worth Library (via)
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Trip to Great Houses of Yorkshire
This very special tour to see the Great Houses of Yorkshire will be led by Glascott Symes and will be based in the historic walled city of York. 

The itinerary for this four day trip will begin with a visit to the wonderful collection housed in the Tudor-Jacobean Temple Newsam. The group will then visit Castle Howard, built in 1700 by Sir John Vanbrugh for the Earl of Carlisle before proceeding to Sledmere House which was remodelled in 1789 for Sir Christopher Sykes. Sunday will see the group visit Burton Constable Hall, built in the 1560s for Sir John Constable and Fairfax House, a merchant's town house of the 1740s, remodelled by John Carr for Viscount Fairfax. The tour will conclude with a visit to Harewood House built in 1760 by John Carr and Robert Adam from Baron Harewood. 

here to download a full itinerary. 

23rd to 26th September 2016
Cost: €700 per person sharing (single occupancy supplement is €270) 
A non-refundable deposit of €200 is required by Friday, 8th July
Limited places available

Image: Castle Howard
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The following events are now sold out:
Event 3: Royal Canal Tour – 2 July
Event 5: Day tour to Lambay Island – 7 July
Event 10: Summer Picnic Tour – 30 July

If you would like to be added to a waiting list, please contact Roísín Lambe.
Upcoming IGS Chapter Events

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