Killiny & Dalky Island From Shanganagh

Artist(s) : Charles Joseph Hullmandel (Lithographer), Joseph Fowell Walton (Lithographer)

View of Killiney Hill and Dalkey Island, as seen from Shanganagh Castle. A marble column flanks the image on the left, with trees to the right. Beyond, a gentle slope leads to fields and meadows with rows of haycocks. Trees and houses line the shore. In the distance, Killiney Hill and Dalkey island are sparsely dotted with buildings.

Inscribed in Image

  • Signature – Hullmandel & Walton Lithographers
  • Caption outside of boundaries of image – Killiny & Dalky Island From Shanganagh / London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street.

Image Details

Genre Landscape
Technique Lithographs
Subject(s) Agriculture, Marines, Nature
Geographical Location
  • Shanganagh Castle - Named locality
  • Dublin - County
  • Leinster - Province
Keywords(s) Bays (Bodies of water), Buildings, Gates, Hills, Islands, Lands, Mountains, Seas, Trees
Colour Monochrome
Dimensions 9 cm x 15.5 cm
Published / created 1847

Bibliographical Details

Travel Account A summer visit to Ireland in 1846
Contributor(s)
Print or manuscript Print
Location of image in copy opp. p. 9
Source copy National Library of Ireland J 9141
Alternative source

This is a link to a digital copy hosted by an external website.

http://hdl.handle.net/2027/yale.39002067948399?urlappend=%3Bseq=26
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Rights Courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

Related text from travel account

We shortly arrived at Shanganagh Castle, the abode of our expecting friends — Sir George and Lady Cockburn. Here we were most kindly and hospitably entertained in a handsome house, abounding in curiosities, antique and modern: with // every enjoyment heightened by agreeable society, and exquisite music. [...] / From the windows of Shanganagh you see in perfection the greater and lesser Sugar-Loaf mountains; Bray Head, a most striking promontory, besides the granite steeps of Killiny Bay, and Dalkey Island with its ruined churches. Facing the entrance stands an old Greek column on which is an inscription commemorative of the passing of the Reform Bill; and a basalt pillar from the Giant's Causeway is placed opposite the library window. [pp. 7-9]
Killiny & Dalky Island From Shanganagh