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Book of paintings made in Spain

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  • IE TCD MS 6209
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  • 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.
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  • created 1813
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  • IE TCD MS 6209 is one of 5 sketchbooks kept by John Synge during his early 19th-century European travels. Where the works are finished they are sepia wash depictions of buildings in landscapes, sometimes with figures, usually dated. The titles are those given by the author. The journal kept by the author during his journey is MS 6205. The other 4 sketchbooks can be found at IE TCD MS 6207-6208, 6210-6211.This item is part of the collection of material brought together by Edward Stephens (1888-1955) for his projected biography of his uncle John Millington Synge.John Synge (1788-1845) was grandfather of the playwright John Millington Synge; he was known as 'Pestalozzi John' due to his enthusiasm for the teachings of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746-1827, Swiss educator). Synge is an important figure in the history of the Plymouth Brethen in Ireland; he owned land in Glanmore in Co. Wicklow. He married Isabella daughter of Hugh Hamilton, founder member of the Royal Irish Academy.This item is part of the collection of material brought together by Edward Stephens (1888-1955) for his projected biography of his uncle John Millington Synge.Contents:--Fol. 1: Uncoloured pencil sketch. View of the River near the Iron Foundry at Cangas de Onis in the Province of Asturias Spain.--Fol. 2: Uncoloured pencil sketch. A View of the Cave & Chapel of N. Sra de Cobadongo the Retreat of of Dn Pelago from [the] Moors in 714.--Fol. 3: Uncoloured pencil sketch. View in Valde Cabias between Onis & Llanes in the Province of Asturias.--Fol. 4: Fortress of Santona in the Province of Burgos, blockaded by the Spanish army. Shows body oof military men and ordnance.--Fol. 5: St Sabastian.--Fol. 6: Uncoloured pencil sketch. ?Ariscun.--Fol. 7: Uncoloured pencil sketch. Ronces valle--Fol. 8: Pampluna.--Fol. 9: Pancorbo.--Fol. 10: Alcazar de Segovia. Has added colour for ?roof.--Fol. 11: Toledo.--Fol. 12: Toledo.--Fol. 13: Toledo.--Fol. 14: [in ?Toledo]--Fol. 15: Uncoloured pencil sketch of Cuenca--Fol. 16: Uncoloured pencil sketch. Gaudia.--Fol. 17: St Philipe [?]--Fol. 18: Uncoloured pencil sketch. Castaltia.--Fol. 19: Uncoloured pencil sketch. Sax.--Fol. 20 Uncoloured pencil sketch. Alcoy.--Fol. 21: Architectural details: window in the P. of Braganza; window in a College in Alcala; window in St Felipe.See the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library’s catalogue entry here: https://manuscripts.catalogue.tcd.ie/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=IE+TCD+MS+6209&pos=1
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  • Stephens-Synge Collection
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  • Part of the collection of material brought together by Edward Stephens (1888-1955) for his projected biography of his uncle. John Millington Synge
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  • ink
  • pencils (writing and drawing equipment)
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  • paper (fiber product)
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  • Irish
Aitheantóir Oibiachta Digití
  • MS6209_01
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  • 0076399

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