Interior St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Cork, Ireland

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Title

Interior St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Cork, Ireland

Subject

The interior of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Pope's Quay, Cork, Ireland. Designed by George Goldie during the years 1868-71

Description

Built in 1832 with the portico added in 1861, St. Mary's was designed by Kearns Deane. The church was opened in 1839. A painting by James Mahony shows the interior of the church as it looked in 1842. George Goldie designed large scale changes to the interior between 1868 and 1871. This included designs sanctuary area including the apse, high altar, the floor tiling and the impressive baldacchino. Goldie also designed new side altar rails, pulpit and reliquary.

Creator

Caoimhin de Bhailis

Publisher

Caoimhin de Bhailis

Date

Images and Text: 2019. Architecture and Objects: Nineteenth-Century.

Contributor

Caoimhin de Bhailis

Rights

Format

TIF 3712 x 5568 59.1mb

Type

Image Text. Ecclesiastical Architecture

Identifier

Nineteenth-Century Irish Ecclesiastical Architecture George Goldie

Coverage

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nineteenth-century Ireland

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Original Format

Ecclesiastical Architecture Photograph. High Altar, reredos, baldacchino

Physical Dimensions

3712 x 5568 59.1mb

Producer

Caoimhin de Bhailis

Citation

Caoimhin de Bhailis, “Interior St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Cork, Ireland,” omekageorgegoldie, accessed July 23, 2021, http://omeka.caoimhindebhailis.org/items/show/5.

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