Saturday January 13, 10:15 A.M.
Irish Georgian Society Cork Chapter Presents:
George Victor Du Noyer Stones, Slabs and Seascapes: Images of Ireland
Meet in the lecture room, Crawford Art Gallery, Emmet Place, Cork for registration.
Lecture by Peter Murray, curator of the exhibition.
Guided tour of the exhibition by Peter Murray.
Lunch at Isaac’s Restaurant, MacCurtain Street, Cork.
George Victor Du Noyer was an artist imbued with a keen appreciation of the sciences—particularly geology, botany and zoology. He was also remarkable for his devotion to recording the antiquarian and archaeological sites that are such a characteristic feature of the Irish landscape. In celebration of Du Noyer’s extraordinary achievements, and to commemorate the bi-centenary of his birth, the Crawford Art Gallery is hosting a major survey exhibition, featuring over one hundred and fifty watercolours and drawings.
The exhibition has been curated by Peter Murray, former Director of the Crawford Art Gallery, in collaboration with Petra Coffey and the Geological Survey of Ireland. It features loans from the collections of the Royal Irish Academy, the National Museum of Ireland, the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, the Geological Survey Ireland, and the National Archives.
Tickets cost €35 (members), €40 (non-members) and must be purchased in advance by completing the booking form below.
Terms & Conditions: Participation at the discretion of the committee. No bookings accepted without payment. Limited places available. Preference will be given to members. Attendees must provide own transport. Programme subject to change without notice.
Please mail the booking form to Dr. Alicia St. Leger, Glena, College Road, Cork. Tel: 021-4310043 (office hours) or email: email@example.com. Please make your cheque payable to the Irish Georgian Society, Cork Chapter.