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The Religious Works of Patrick Pye, RHA: Apostasy, Incarnation, Transfiguration, Sacrifice

Gerard Kavanagh
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2004​
M. Phil

Subject: Painting
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Yvonne Scott

Ray Carroll: Hiding in Plain Sight

Anne Fox Mills
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2004​
M. Phil

Subject: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Rachel Moss

William Osbourne: a Painter of Dogs

Victoria Browne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2004​
M. Phil

Subject: Painting
Country: Ireland
Period: 19th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Yvonne Scott

Mosaics in the North Hall of the Bascilica of Aquileia

Ian Temperley
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2007
M.Litt.

Country: Italy
Period: 3rd to 5th Century

Building the Butler Lordship, 1405-c.1552

Danielle O'Donovan
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2007
Ph.D.

Subject: History
Country: Ireland
Period: 15th and 16th Century

John Rocque and the making of the 1756 Exact survey of Dublin

John Montague
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
Ph.D.

Subject: Maps
Country: Ireland: Dublin
Period: 18th Century

Landscape History and Management of the Phoenix Park 1800-1880

John McCullen
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2006
Ph.D.

Subject: Landscape
Country: Ireland: Dublin
Period: 19th Century

An Architectural History of Christ Church Cathedral Dublin c.1540-c.1870

Stuart Kinsella
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
Ph.D.

Country: Ireland: Dublin
Period: 16th to 19th Century

The Tour in Holland of the Rev. Daniel Augustus Beaufort

Dervilia Roche
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Architecture
Country: Holland, Ireland
Period: 18th to 19th Century

A Study of the Architecture of the Curragh Camp 1890-1910

Sorcha Richardson
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Architecture
Country: Ireland
Period: 19th to 20th Century

Dance and Primitivism in the Work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Barbara Pycinska-Taylor
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting, Prints, Sculpture
Country: France, Germany
Period: 20th Century

An Insight into the Cardinal Edward McCabe Memorial in Glasnevin Cemetery

Kerrie O’ Brien
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Architecture, Sculpture
Country: Ireland
Period: 19th Century

The Origins and Significance of the Last Judgement on Muiredeach’s Cross, Monasterboice

Niamh Murphy
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Sculpture
Country: Ireland
Period: 12th Century

Portraiture of the Habsburg Monarchy

Sarah Montague
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting
Country: Belgium, Italy, Germany, Spain
Period: 17th to 18th Century

Street Art and its movement to the gallery in London and Dublin

Oliva McSweeney
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Graffiti, Mixed Media, Painting and Photography
Country: England and Ireland
Period: 20th to 21st Century

Reclaim, Recall, Reassess: A study of the work of Mildred Anne Bulter RWS RUA (1858-1941)

Caroline McGee
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting and Drawing
Country: Ireland
Period: 19th Century

Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa

Hannah Malone
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Architecture and Sculpture
Country: Italy
Period: 19th Century

‘Omnia Vincit Amor’ ‘The treatment of female figures and love in the art of Rome 1600-1651

Sarah Lysaght
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting, Prints and Sculpture
Country: Belgium, France, Italy and Spain
Period: 17th Century

Lost in Translation: An Exploration of the Dialogue between Chinese Contemporary Art and the West

Julia Kelly Kennedy
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Mixed Media, Painting, Performance and Prints
Country: America, China, France, Italy and Russia
Period: 20th to 21st Century

Blasphemy in Art: Blasphemous Christian Themes in Contemporary Fine Art

Catherine Howley
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting, Sculpture, Prints and Mixed Media
Country: America, England, Germany and Russia
Period: 20th to 21st Century

Helen Allingham RA RWS 1848-1926

Janet Fearn
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Painting
Country: England and Ireland
Period: 19th to 20th Century

Monkeys, Bandwork and Ceiling Design: The life and work of Jean Berain

Soerscha Dyon
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Ceiling Decoration / Design / Stuccowork
Country: France
Period: 17th to 18th Century

The Domestic Revolution and its Misconceptions: Domestic Architecture in England & America 1890-1910

Caitriona Coakley
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2009
B.A.

Subject: Architecture
Country: England and America
Period: 19th to 20th Century

A Stylistic Analysis of the St. Manchan Shrine Figures

Fiona Whelan
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2008
B.A.

Subject: Sculpture
Country: Ireland 
Period: 12th Century