Daniel Ranalow, Sculptor

(d. 1765)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He worked as a "carver" in Dublin. In 1742 he was awarded a premium of ten pounds for a carving of "Orpheus charming the Brutes." In September of the same year he married a Miss Clark, of the King's County, near Tullamore, "a lady of the sweetest temper and a fortune of £600." He married, secondly, in 1756, Jane Rutland. He died in his house in St. Stephen's Green in December, 1765, and was buried on the 20th of that month in St. Andrew's churchyard.

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