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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Four Courts Press
Sergio Benedetti is Keeper at the National Gallery of Ireland Kerry Bristol is director of the Centre for Architecture and the Decorative Arts and Course Director of the MA in Country House Studies in the Department of Fine Art, University of Leeds Helen Byrne wrote her MA thesis for UCD on the work of Simon Vierpyl Christine Casey is lecturer in the History of Art department at University College Dublin John Coleman has published in Apollo, Country Life, World of Interiors, the Irish Arts Review and the Bulletin of the Irish Georgian Society and has contributed to the Dictionary of British and Irish Travellers in Italy. Fionnuala Croke is curator of French Painting in the National Gallery of Ireland Judy Egerton, is now attached to the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Nicola Figgis is College Lecturer in the History of Art at University College Dublin Desmond Fitzgerald is president of the Irish Georgian Society James Kelly is head of the History department at St Patrick's College, Dublin City University John Loughman is a lecturer in the History of Art at University College Dublin Michael McCarthy is Professor of the History of Art at University College Dublin Joseph McDonnell is Faculty of Arts Research Fellow in the History of Art at University College Dublin Lynda Mulvin is lecturer in the History of Art at University College Dublin, where she teaches Classical and Medieval Art John Redmill, conservation and historic buildings architect, worked on the restoration of the Casino at Marino John Riely has been a professor in the English Department at Boston University since 1981 Teresa Watts is professor of Art History at Potsdam College, State University of New YorkMichael McCarthy is the author of 'Lord Charlemont and His Circle (Ucd Studies in the History of Art, 1)', published 2001 under ISBN 9781851825554 and ISBN 185182555X.
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