11 edition of Irish rural interiors in art found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||N8217.C63 K56 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005035556|
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Irish Rural Interiors is a magnificently produced book. With more than images, it offers a comprehensive look at Irish art from the 19th century, and also well into the 20th century.
Kinmonth has also researched and written an elegant chapter of social history on the subjects covered in the book. Like Kinmonth’s previous book. This book offers a fascinating view of many aspects of Irish rural life from the eighteenth to the mid twentieth century.
Illustrated with more than images, many of which have not been published before, the book evokes the hardships and celebrations of laborers and farmers, men and women, the old and the young as depicted in oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, postcards, and Cited by: 6.
Irish rural interiors in art Published in Book Reviews, Issue 2 (Mar/Apr ), Reviews, Volume Irish rural interiors in art Claudia Kinmonth (Yale University Press, e) ISBN Traditionally, most mainline historians have made Irish rural interiors in art book use of visual sources when analysing Ireland’s past.
This began to change in the early s. "This book is of significance for vernacular architecture, as well as furniture itself With its mass of photographs, the book is a delight to read or browse, providing a guided tour to the Irish interior from the meanest of cottages furnished only with turf or basketwork, to the respectable inn or middle-class parlour with its corner cupboard or drop-front bureau adding a touch of.
Her research interests are in the history of Irish architecture, Irish heritage and identity, and Irish art and design history (especially furniture and interiors). She has lectured on Art and Design History at Griffith College Dublin and at the School of Art and Design at Limerick Institute of Technology.5/5(4).
IRISH RURAL INTERIORS IN ART BY CLAUDIA KINMONTH. DORA THORNTON. Curator, Renaissance Collections, The British Museum. Search for more papers by this author. DORA THORNTON. Curator, Renaissance Collections, The British Museum.
Search for more papers by this author. First published: 08 February Author: Dora Thornton. Kinmonth Irish Rural Interiors in Art (Yale University Press, ) pp + xii, illus.
Irish Rural Interiors is a magnificently produced book. With more than images, it offers a comprehensive look at Irish art from the 19th century, and also well into the 20th century. Kinmonth has also researched and written an elegant chapter of social history on the subjects covered in the book.
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I have 5/5. Yale University Press, pages (Hardback) This book offers a fascinating view of many aspects of Irish rural life from the eighteenth to the mid twentieth century.
Illustrated with more than images, many of which have not been published before, the book evokes the hardships and celebrations of laborers and farmers, men and women, the old and the young as depicted in oil paintings. New Visual Evidence of Lives of the Irish Rural Poor.
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Irish Rural Interiors in Art, by Claudia Kinmonth (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, ), reproduces art depicting Irish home life in the 18th through early 20th centuries. Some paintings. Art and Architecture of Ireland is an authoritative and fully illustrated account of the art and architecture of Ireland from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century.
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16 Comments Posted in Architectural History, Country House, Graveyard, Historic Ruins, Irish Church, Longford, Monument, Ruins Tagged Architectural History, County Longford, Foxhall, Heritage at Risk, Old Church, Ruins. Rural Ireland: The Inside Story is the amply illustrated catalog of the McMullen Museum of Art’s exhibition of Irish paintings and rural ing the relationship between Ireland’s visual arts and cultural history during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, fifteen contributors—including museum curators, art historians, social and cultural historians, literary.Ireland-based blogger Diana Valentine has blended her editorial and social media skills with a passion for interiors to create not one but two award-winning design websites.
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