Sculpture 1600–2000

Art and Architecture of Ireland

Edited by Paula Murphy

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December 16, 2014
600 pages, 9 1/2 x 11
600 color illus.
ISBN: 9780300179217
Cloth

Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in association with the Royal Irish Academy

ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF IRELAND is an authoritative and fully illustrated survey that encompasses the period from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century. The five volumes explore all aspects of Irish art – from high crosses to installation art, from illuminated manuscripts to Georgian houses and Modernist churches, from tapestries and sculptures to oil paintings, photographs and video art. This monumental project provides new insights into every facet of the strength, depth and variety of Ireland’s artistic and architectural heritage.

SCULPTURE 1600-2000
Irish sculptors have made a significant contribution to the development of their art form both within and outside Ireland. This volume affords the unique opportunity to explore four centuries of their work. Biographies of individual artists and analytical assessments are augmented by a series of thematic essays establishing a context for the practice of sculpture throughout the country north and south.

Paula Murphy is associate professor at University College Dublin, where she lectures in art history, specializing in art of the modern period. She has a particular interest in sculpture and has published widely on Irish sculpture, notably Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed, published by Yale University Press in 2010.


Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture
Native Genius Reaffirmed

Paula Murphy

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