Luke Bath, Limner

(fl. 1664-1698)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was working in Dublin as a "limner" in the latter half of the seventeenth century, and was a member of the Corporation of Painter-Stayners and Cutlers, the Guild of St. Luke. His name occurs in 1664 when his son George was baptized in St. John's Church, and in 1687 when he is recorded as living in Fishamble Street. After 1698 his name disappears from the list of members of St. Luke's Guild, and he probably died in that year.

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