G. H. Buckley, Sculptor

(c. 1830)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

A Cork artist, of some talent, who died young. He sent to the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1832 a "Design for a Cathedral" and a "Model for a front of a Palace." At the exhibition in the Mechanics' Institute, Cork, in 1828, was a "Model of a Gothic Chapel" by him. Many good monuments, his work, are in the cemetery at Cork, where he himself was afterwards buried.

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