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E-Newsletter of the Irish Georgian Society | January 2018

2018 Exhibition: Exhibiting Art in Georgian Ireland
To mark the restoration of the City Assembly House and to celebrate the Society of Artists in Ireland who erected the building over 250 years ago, the Irish Georgian Society will host a world-class exhibition of eighteenth-century Irish paintings throughout June and July 2018.

Celebrating the building’s original incarnation as the first purpose-built public gallery in Britain and Ireland, the Exhibition will re-assemble paintings, including those by Thomas Roberts, Jonathan Fisher, James Forrester, Robert Carver, Robert Healy and Hugh Douglas Hamilton, in the room in which they were first displayed between 1766 and 1780. What makes this exhibition even more exciting is the intention to hang these paintings in a similar manner as they were first exhibited.

Members will have special access to the exhibition, with guided tours and exclusive events to mark the completion of the City Assembly House. An accompanying publication will offer further occasion to revisit and evaluate these stimulating works; assessing Ireland’s first introduction to exhibition culture and the significant contribution it made to an increasingly self-confident national school of Irish art. This will be one of 2018’s great cultural events in Ireland, and should not be missed. 
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Lecture: Headfort House and the Taylour Legacy
Tuesday 9th January, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2  - This well-illustrated lecture from George Williams explores the wealth of riches surrounding the house and family from the late 17th right up to the early 20th century. A rare insight into the furnishing and running of this great house.

George Williams is a furniture restorer and antique dealer based in County Meath.  
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Lecture: Pugin: From the Houses of Parliament to Maynooth
Tuesday 23rd January, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2  - This illustrated lecture will provide an overview of Pugin's life, his work as an architect, designer and author, with illustrations and examples from   both the UK and Ireland.  Jeanne Meldon is a great great granddaughter of Pugin, a planner by profession with a particular interest in conservation, a vice-chair of the Castletown Foundation and a former member of the Irish Georgian Society’s Architectural Conservation and Planning Committee.  Tickets €10.
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Cork Chapter: Stones, Slabs and Seascapes: Images of Ireland
Saturday 13th January - George Victor Du Noyer was an artist imbued with a keen appreciation of the sciences—particularly his devotion to recording the antiquarian and archaeological sites that are such a characteristic feature of the Irish landscape. To commemorate the bi-centenary of his birth, the Crawford Art Gallery is hosting a major survey exhibition, featuring over one hundred and fifty watercolours and drawings. This event includes a trip to the exhibition, including a tour and lecture by curator Murray, followed by lunch at Isaac’s Restaurant. Tickets: €40/35 and must be purchased in advance by emailing Dr. Alicia St. Leger (
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IGS London: Belfast: An Architectural History
Wednesday 7th February, Lettsom House, 11 Chandos Street W.1.  - Dr Paul Larmour’s forthcoming lecture for Irish Georgian Society London will focus on the architectural history of the great city of Belfast, with a particular focus on Sir Charles Lanyon and the Victorian era, and buildings such as the magnificent Baroque revival style Belfast City Hall, completed in 1906, following the award of city status to Belfast by Queen Victoria. Tickets £15.  If you would like to attend, please send your completed application form and cheque to Ashleigh Murray (
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Notice: Dublin’s Bourgeois Homes
Susan Galavan's talk scheduled for Tuesday 6th February will no longer take place on this date due to a scheduling conflict. If you have booked for this lecture, please contact Roisin Lambe ( to process your refund. This lecture will be rescheduled for a later date.
Financial Assistance for Architectural Heritage in 2018

Financial assistance is provided by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaelteacht to assist with the conservation and restoration of heritage properties via a number of structured schemes, either directly administered or delivered through other Departments, local authorities and agencies. Built Heritage and Architectural Policy section also administers the determinations for Section 482 Tax Relief.

The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaelteacht recently announced that the Structures at Risk Fund and the Built Heritage Investment Scheme will operate again in 2018 with total funding of €3.3 million. These schemes are funded by the Department and administered by the local authorities. 

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Image: Agher Church, Summerhill, Co. Meath - supported through the 2016 Structures at Risk Fund. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw
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Support the work of the Society by joining us today, benefits include free entry to OPW heritage sites & a 10% IGS bookshop discount.

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From Our Friends
Exhibition: Françoise Henry and the history of Irish art, 8th January to 31st May, Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 - An exhibition of original papers, notes, journals and sketches by eminent archaeologist and Celtic art specialist Françoise Henry, MRIA. Françoise Henry (1902-82) was an archaeologist and art historian and one of the first women elected as a Member of the Royal Irish Academy.  Our exhibition of handwritten notes, journals, sketches and photographs illustrates the breadth and enduring legacy of Henry’s contribution to the study of early Irish art. ­

21st Sir John T. Gilbert Commemorative Lecture: ‘Live from the Conniving House: Poetry and Music in Eighteenth-Century Dublin’, 6.00pm, Wednesday 24th January, Dublin City Library and Archive, Pearse Street, Dublin 2 -  This lecture will be given by Dr. Michael Griffin, University of Limerick, chaired by Ardmhéara Micheal Mac Donncha. The lecture will be followed by a wine reception. No booking required. For further information: call 01 674 4999 or email:

Please note: None of the events listed above is affiliated with the Irish Georgian Society.
The Irish Georgian Society is a not for profit organisation that is registered as a charity in Ireland, the USA and UK.
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