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The Via Crucis by Imogen Stuart R.H.A.  in Firhouse, Dublin, studied in the context of the history a

Alison FitzGerald
University College Dublin
School of Art History and Cultural Policy
1993
M.A.

Subject: Sculpture
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr Eileen Kane
2 volume(s): Vol. 1 (text) 167 pages, Vol. 2 91 illustrations, appendix and bibliography

A conflict of opinion, the growing divide between art galleries and their public over what they coll

Mary Jane Carroll
University College Dublin
School of Art History and Cultural Policy
1993
M.A.

Subject: Museology

Supervisor: Dr Sighle Bhreathnach-Lynch
69 pages including. 3 illustrations and bibliography

“The Martyrdom of St Maurice and the Theban Legion” by Dominico Theotocopoulos, called “El Greco”

Cliona Mary FitzGerald
University College Dublin
School of Art History and Cultural Policy
1974
M.A.

Subject: Painting
Period: 16th Century

2 volume(s)

Patrick Hennessy, R.H.A. 1915-1980

Kathleen Vandenberghe
University of Limerick
College of Humanities, Department of History (History of Art Postgraduate Courses only)
2005
M.A. 

Subject: Painting
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Catherine Lawless
21,000 words

Great Sins of Omission: In the Representation of Ireland’s Offshore Artists

​Anne Ryan
University of Limerick
College of Humanities, Department of History (History of Art Postgraduate Courses only)
2005
M.A. 

Supervisor: Catherine Lawless
21,000 words

Exploration of the links between Ireland & the Orient & their role in defining a National Identity

Jean O'Dwyer
University of Limerick
College of Humanities, Department of History (History of Art Postgraduate Courses only)
2005
M.A. 

Supervisor: Catherine Lawless
21,000 words

Art and a New Architecture: Aesthetic and Representational Significances

Fiona Murphy
University of Limerick
College of Humanities, Department of History (History of Art Postgraduate Courses only)
2005
M.A. 

Country: Ireland
Period: 1930s and Early 1940s

Supervisor: Catherine Lawless
21,000 words

Colour and System: A Comparative Study of Henri Matisse and Wassily Kandinsky

Mary Moakley
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: France, Germany and Russia
Period: 20th Century

Through a Glass Darkly: Ideology and Representation of the Aryan in Nazi Aesthetics

Grattan Keating
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: Germany
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Krema

Exhibiting the Feminine: The Female Experience Explored through three Feminist Exhibitions

Nicola Holly
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: U.S.A. and Ireland
Period: 20th and 21st Century

The Myth of the Primitive:Artistic Response to late 19th & early 20th Discourses on the Primitive

Mary Ellen Cronin
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: Germany and France
Period: 20th and 21st Century

Mecha’s Apocalypse: Significance of the Mechanoid in Japanese Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction Anime

Janina Mathews
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Subject: Japanese Anime, Japanese Culture and Cybrogs
Country: Japan
Period: 20th and 21st Century

‘What you see is what you get’ The Performance of Self in the Work of Sophie Calle

Sinéad Donnachie
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: France and U.S.A.
Period: 20th and 21st Century

Performance Art: The Role of Bodily Signification in the Performance of Amanda Coogan

Caroline Clancy
University College Cork 
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: Ireland
Period: 20th and 21st Century

Threatened Spectatorship: The Installation Art of Bruce Nauman and Janet Cardiff

Jane O'Connor
University College Cork
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: U.S.A. and Europe
​Period: 20th and 21st Century

Through the Eye of the Beholder

Kirstie North
University College Cork
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: UK focus, Europe
​Period: 20th and 21st Century

George Grosz’s Guide to Dissolute Berlin:Drawing an Incisive line through the Facades of Weimar Rep.

Jean O'Donovan
University College Cork
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: Germany
​Period: 20th Century

The Taxonomy of Line in the Becoming of the Merzbau

Gemma Carroll
University College Cork
Faculty of Arts and Celtics Studies' Department of History of Art
2009
M.A.

Country: Germany
Period: 20th Century

The Influences of Surrealism in Irish Art

Fiona Loughane
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2005
M.A.

Subject: Art Theory
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. John Turpin

The Magic Circle: Issues of Structure and Language in Video Games

Shane Whelan
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2005
M.A.

Subject: Video Games
Period: Late 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Paul O'Brien

Women, Dress and Mobility in Dublin 1890 - 1900

Leonore McDonagh
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2002
M.A.

Subject: Fashion
Country: Ireland: Dublin
Period: Late 19th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Susanne McNab

Irish Women Artists in Multimedia

Pauline Cummins
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2002
M.A.

Subject: Multimedia
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Susanne McNab

Visions Materialised: The Building of St. Colman’s Cathedral, Cobh (1868-1917)

Ann Wilson
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2002
M.A.

Subject: Architecture
Country: Ireland: Cork
Period: Late 19th to Early 20th Century

Supervisor: Nicola Gordon Bowe

Pots: ‘He also makes sculpture’: Function and Expression in Studio Ceramics in Ireland Since 1950

Michael Moore
National College of Art and Design
Faculty of History of Art and Design and Complementary Studies
2002
M.A.

Subject: Ceramics
Country: Ireland
Period: Mid to Late 20th Century

Supervisor: Nicola Gordon Bowe