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A Vision of Glendalough in the Thirteenth Century
'I chose to return to Glendalough in an attempt to capture some of the drama, natural beauty and spiritual aura'
Glendalough - Etched, Sketched & Painted
Introducing an exhibition of paintings, sketches and drawings of Glendalough showing how artists viewed this historic valley.
Heritage Week 2020: 'An Age Old Attraction' Revisited
We revisit our 2016 Heritage Week project with this video 'An Age Old Attraction', a photographic exhibition of late nineteenth and early twentieth century images of the Glendalough Valley.
Heritage Week 2020: 'Art & Atmosphere' Revisited
We revisit our 2017 Heritage Week project with this video of ‘Art & Atmosphere’, an exhibition of eighteenth and nineteenth century artistic representations of the Glendalough Valley.
Heritage Week 2020: The Glendalough Sketchbook
An artists diary and sketchbook documenting the creative processes associated with creating an archaeological reconstruction of a national monument
Some 18th Century Irish Tombstones (published in 1943)
"Most of Dennis Cullen's work is to be found within reach of the Avonmore river basin..."
Some eighteenth-century granite headstones from Wicklow
This study provides an overview of some mid-eighteenth-century granite headstones found in south Wicklow...
The Glendalough PhotoPost
The view from the Eastern end of Glendalough's Upper Lake is breathtaking at all times of the year.
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