[Monument of Thomas Parys in St Mary’s Church, Youghal]

Artist(s) : Thomas Dineley (Draughtsman)

Sepia and red ink wash drawing of the sepulchral monument of Thomas Parys in St Mary’s Church, Youghall. A sculpture representing the deceased in high-relief is laying on the sepulchre, with his head resting upon a pillow and a dove in his hands.

Image Details

Genre Scientific or Technical illustration
Technique Wash drawings
Subject(s) Antiquities and archaeological sites
Geographical Location
  • St Mary's Collegiate Church, Youghal - Named locality
  • Youghal - Town or city
  • Cork - County
  • Munster - Province
Keywords(s) Archaeological sites, Birds, Men, People, Sculpture, Tombs & sepulchral monuments
Colour Handcoloured
Dimensions 8 cm x 6.3 cm
Published / created 1681

Bibliographical Details

Travel Account Observations in a Voyage through the Kingdom of Ireland
Contributor(s)
Print or manuscript Manuscript
Location of image in copy p. 228
Source copy National Library of Ireland MS 392
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Rights Courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

Related text from travel account

This following is of the aforemenctioned THOMAS PARYS in the same chapel without Inscription, holding a Pigeon in his hand. Which because it hath nothing of a Warrior about it, Irather took it for the figure of a Monk in hid weeds, and the bird to represent the holy Ghost than no believe the groundles tradition of the Townsmen. [p. 228]
Monument of Thomas Parys in St Mary’s Church, Youghal