Women, architecture and building in the east of Ireland, c.1790–1840
Nathaniel Clements (1705–77)
Politics, fashion and architecture in mid-eighteenth-century Ireland
This book argues that Nathaniel Clements was an enlightened patron of architecture, not a practising architect, and that he influenced upper-class residential development in Dublin and popularised a...
Author/Editor: Anthony Malcomson
The architectural, landscape and constitutional plans of the Earl of Mar, 1700–32
Politics, architecture, landscapes, city designs and infrastructure planning were the substance of the earl of Mar’s creative thinking before and after the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707. Condemned as...
Author/Editor: Margaret Stewart