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Archibald McGoogan-A STORMY EVENING OFF THE BAILEY, HOWTH, 1889

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Archibald McGoogan-A STORMY EVENING OFF THE BAILEY, HOWTH, 1889

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Auction Date:2012 May 21 @ 18:00 (UTC+1)
Location:Serpentine Hall, RDS, Anglesea Road entrance, Dublin, Dublin, ., Ireland
Archibald McGoogan-A STORMY EVENING OFF THE BAILEY, HOWTH, 1889

watercoloursigned and dated lower left; with title inscribed on reverse

6.75 by 10.75in., 17.145 by 27.305cm.
Orientation of Image: L

Provenance: The Collection of Mr E.A. Stone, recorded on 1911 census as a Chemical Analyst of Windsor Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin

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Notes: Archibald McGoogan was the artist responsible for the design of the Great Seal of the Irish Free State (now in the collection of Collins Barracks) and was the first photographer employed by the National Museum of Ireland. He is also attributed to a chromolithographic print entitled After the bombardment. The holocaust of Ireland's greatest thoroughfare, Friday Morning, 29th April, 1916 in the collection of the National Library of Ireland. He is listed in the Irish Art Societies and Sketching Clubs Index of Exhibitors 1870-1980 as exhibiting over fifty works between 1892 and 1930, mostly landscapes. The RHA Index of Exhibitors 1826-1979 also lists his contributions (between 1888 and 1929) and notes various addresses for him including, 1 Chester Road, Ranelagh, Dublin; 31 Windsor Road, Leinster House, Dublin and 8 Ardenta Terrace, Monkstown.