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Standish Barry Lecture: Cottages Ornes of Georgian Ireland, Wednesday 15th November

Standish Barry Lecture
Cottages Ornés of Georgian Ireland

Wednesday 15th November 2017
6.30pm, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square

The phenomenon of the cottage orné originated in mid-18th century England and rapidly found favour in Ireland and the Continent. Perhaps the only genre that spans the entire social spectrum, from the gate lodges of country estates culminating in George IV’s Royal Lodge and the so-called ‘Cottage Palace’ of Tsar Nicholas I. In this lecture historian Roger White will set the cottages ornés of Georgian Ireland in their wider context.

Roger White is a professional architectural historian specialising in the Georgian period. He has run both the Georgian Group and Garden History Society. He is a prolific author, his most recent publication is 
Cottages Ornés; he also curated several exhibitions at the RIBA Drawings Collection, Ashmolean Museum and V&A Museum, and has lectured widely on both sides of the Atlantic.

The lecture starts at 6.30pm and will last approximately one hour, with a further 15 minutes for questions. The lecture costs €15 per person (€10 for students). Following the lecture there will be a wine reception upstairs in the Royal Society of Antiquaries, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Copies of Cottages Ornés will be available to purchase on the night.

The annual Standish Barry Lecture is held annually between Dublin and London. Dr. Hilary Standish Barry was born in Galway in 1953, and educated at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, he served as a consultant psychiatrist at Epsom District Hospital and was a lecturer in psychiatry at the University of Leeds. He was one of the last members of the family of Barry of Leamlara, Co. Cork whose lineage dates back to the Norman invasion of Ireland. Dr. Standish Barry was a committee member of Irish Georgian Society London until his death in 1991. He left a bequest to IGS for the purpose of an annual lecture, and the inaugural Standish Barry Lecture was held in London in 1994.

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Cottages Ornés: The Charms of the Simple Life
Roger White
Tracing the history of cottages ornés (ornamental cottages), this copiously illustrated volume offers an engaging survey of an often-overlooked architectural genre. An invention of mid-18th-century England, these cottages were designed to facilitate a more informal way of living and were built in different guises that range from royal and imperial cottages to the working-class lodges that still dot the countryside.

€45.00, Yale Books (2017)
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