ABBREVIATIONS USED

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

b.—born.

d.—died.

fl.—flourished.

Ex.—Exhibited, or Exhibition.

R.A.—Royal Academy, or Academician.

A.R.A.—Associate of the Royal Academy.

P.R.A.—President of the Royal Academy ,

R.H.A.—Royal Hibernian Academy, or Academician.

A.R.H.A.—Associate of the Royal Hibernian Academy.

P.R.H.A.—President of the Royal Hibernian Academy.

B.I.—British Institution.

Soc. A.—Society of Artists.

Soc. B.A.—Society of British Artists.

Hib. Soc.—Hibernian Society of Artists.

O.W.C. Soc.—Old Water-colour Society.

R.D.S.—Royal Dublin Society.

A R.I.A.—Royal Irish Academy.

C.S.—Chaloner Smith's "British Mezzotinto Portraits."

Bryan—Bryan's "Dictionary of Painters and Engravers," edition of 1886-89.

Redgrave—Redgrave's "Dictionary of Artists of the English School."

Pasquin—"Authentic History of the Professors of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture who have practised in Ireland," by Anthony Pasquin (i.e., John Williams), 1796.

Signatures of Artists and verbatim copies of inscriptions on Pictures, Engravings, etc., are printed in Italics.

In the lists of Pictures, Sculpture, etc., the names in square brackets are those of the present or last ascertained Owners.

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