The Dargle (Wicklow)

A fairly simple representation of the Dargle running swiftly through a narrow gorge occupies the centre of the image. There are rocks and boulders in the foreground. On the left, two small figures, who appear to be carrying a long narrow object, are dwarfed by the looming rock face.

Inscribed in Image

  • Text within boundaries of image – J. Newman, 30 Budge Row, London

Image Details

Genre Landscape
Technique Copperplates
Subject(s) Nature
Geographical Location
  • The Dargle - River
  • Wicklow - County
  • Leinster - Province
Keywords(s) Cliffs, People, Rivers
Colour Monochrome
Dimensions 15,5 x 10 x
Published / created 1841

Bibliographical Details

Travel Account M.S.S. of a Tour in the South of Ireland in 1841 [Marriot]M.S.S. of a Tour in the South of Ireland in 1841 [Marriot]
Print or manuscript Manuscript
Location of image in copy 47p. 47
Source copy National Library of IrelandNational Library of Ireland MS 46,839
Rights National Library of Ireland
The Dargle (Wicklow)