Picturesque sketches of some of the finest landscape and coast scenery of Ireland. Volume I. Public Deposited

Picturesque sketches of some of the finest landscape and coast scenery of Ireland. Volume I.

Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • V.g.29
Rights statement
  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Copyright status
Publisher location
  • Dublin
  • Ireland
Date Created
  • issued 1835
  • V.g.29, volume 1 of ‘Picturesque sketches of some of the finest landscape and coast scenery of Ireland’, is a book of landscape views of the coast of Ireland illustrated by three of the foremost Irish landscape painters of the 19th century: George Petrie, Andrew Nicholl and Henry O’Neill. This first volume contains views of Wicklow, the Killarney lakes, and the Giant’s Causeway, as well as some views of scenery in counties Cork, Galway, and Tipperary. Published by William Frederick Wakeman, D’Olier Street, Dublin in 1835, and printed by P[hilip]. D[ixon]. Hardy, Cecilia Street, Dublin. The second volume, completing the illustrations of the Antrim coast and Killarney was due for publication in 1836 (Preface, page [v]). Volume one contains: --Page 1: Benandanar & the Stack, Port Moon Co. Antrim; --Page 3: Lower Lake, Killarney, Co. Kerry; --Page 5: The Four Courts, Kingston Cave, Co. Tipperary; --Page 7: The Meeting of the Waters, Co. Wicklow; --Page 9: Waterfall in the Devil's Glen, Co. Wicklow; --Page 11: Doon Point, Island of Rathlin, Antrim; --Page 13: View in the Dargle, Co. Wicklow; --Page 15: Kenbaan Castle, Co. Antrim; --Page 17: Comeen-Duff or Black Valley, Killarney, Co. Kerry; --Page 19: Waterfall, Powerscourt, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow; --Page 21: Pike of the Gap of Dunlow, Killarney, Co. Kerry; --Page 23: Castle Howard, Co. Wicklow; --Page 25: Googan Barra, Co. Cork; --Page 27: Rendonegan Lake, from Gorteenruoe, Bantry Bay; --Page 29: Port Coon Cave, Co. Antrim; --Page 31: The Ess Waterfall, Glenmalure, Co. Wicklow; --Page 33:The Twelve Pins, Connemara, Co. Galway; --Page 35: Glen of the Downs, Co. Wicklow; --Page 37: The Second Meeting of the Waters, Avoca, Co. Wicklow; --Page 39: Bally Arthur [Ballyarthur], Co. Wicklow; --Page 41: The two Sugar-Loaf Hills, Co. Wicklow; --Page 43: Waterfall at Glenmancanass, Co. Wicklow; --Page 45: Newbridge, on the Ovoca [also called Avoca], Co. Wicklow; --Page 47: Shelton Abbey, Co. Wicklow.
Resource type
  • colored ink
  • ink
  • book cloth (textile material)
  • paper (fiber product)
  • Irish
Digital Object Id
  • V-G-29_001
  • 0123677


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