Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Sculptors, of Dublin.  Terence Farrell (1798-1876), was born in Creve, Co. Longford, where his grandfather owned stone quarries. He became a pupil at the Dublin Society's Modelling School, where he studied under EDWARD SMYTH EDWARD SMYTH , and afterwards entered the studio of THOMAS KIRK THOMAS KIRK . During the 1830s he established himself as a portrait sculptor in Dublin, and in 1841 opened a sculpture yard in Lower Mecklenburgh Street. In 1851 he moved his premises to North Gloucester Street Lower.

In 1819 Farrell married Maria Ruxton.  His six sons, James (1821-1891), Joseph (1823-1904), Thomas (1827-1900), John (1829-1901), Michael (1834-1855), and William all worked with him as sculptors. None of them married, so that the family firm did not survive them.  Terence Farrell's brother John Farrell founded the firm of FARRELL & FARRELL & amp; SON in Prospect Avenue, Glasnevin, in 1837.

See WORKS, which include only such pieces as can be regarded as fixtures (eg. altars, church monuments &c). The works of all seven Farrells are listed under FARRELL & FARRELL & amp; SONS; when it is clear that a member of the family is individually responsible for a piece, his name is given in the field 'Description'.



References

All information in this entry is from W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 333-335, and Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 73-79, which see for further details of the Farrells' lives and works.   See also the entries on Terence and Thomas Farrell by Rebecca Minch in DIB.


75 work entries listed in chronological order for FARRELL & SONS *


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, FRANCIS STREET, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS OF MYRA (RC)
Date: 1827p
Nature: Memorial to Rev. F. Kenrick on E wall inscribed  M Flanagan designavit T Farrell fecit.
Refs: Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 633.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, CHURCH STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST MACARTAN (CI)
Date: 1840p
Nature: Monument to 2nd Earl of Enniskillen in chancel. Life size statue by Terence Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335; Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 77(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PATRICK STREET, ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1842?-1853
Nature: Pair of monuments to 18th Royal Irish Regiment commemorating death of Colonel Tomlinson (1842), and storming of the Shoe Dragon Pagoda (1852). Former signed by Terence Farrell and exh. at Dublin Exhibition, 1853;  latter probably also from Farrell sculpture yard.
Refs: Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 58-60(illus.).


Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, CHURCH STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST MACARTAN (CI)
Date: 1842p
Nature: Monument to Gen. Sir Galbraith Lowry Corry (d. 1842). Life size statue by Terence Farrell.
Refs: Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 77(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTLAND ROW, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1843
Nature: Statue (?of St Andrew) by 'Farrell'.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CHRISTCHURCH PLACE, CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1843p
Nature: Monument to John Crawford Smith (d.1843) in crypt with high relief figues of Crawford and his horse by 'T. Farrell'.
Refs: Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 336.


Building: ENGLAND, WREST PARK (BEDFORDSHIRE)
Date: 1844ca
Nature: Two sculptural groups formerly on terrace by Terence Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335; Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 75;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 57(illus.).

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, FORT HILL, COLE MEMORIAL COLUMN
Date: 1845-1857
Nature: Statue by Terence Farrell. Sketch model exh. RHA 1860.
Refs: Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1856), ?; DB 1, 1 Aug 1859, 94; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 334; RHA 1860, no. 510; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 285.

Building: CO. MEATH, KILMESSAN, CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY (RC)
Date: 1851p
Nature: Monument to Rev. Thomas C. Dunne by 'J. Farrell'.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 364

Building: CO. MEATH, NAVAN, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1852p
Nature: Memorial bust of Rev. Eugene O'Reilly (d. 1852) by T. Farrell.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 429

Building: ENGLAND, FLITTON (BEDFORDSHIRE), CHURCH, MONUMENT TO HENRIETTA, COUNTESS DE GREY
Date: 1853
Nature: By Terence Farrell. Model exh. Dublin, 1853.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335; Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 76(illus.);  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 57(illus., Fig. 64).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PATRICK STREET, ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1853
Nature: Monument to Lt. Co. Tomlinson (d.1842). By Terence Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335; Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 76(illus.);  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 59-60(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 621.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES ROAD LOWER, CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF REFUGE (RC)
Date: 1853
Nature: Farrells undertook sculptural decoration of interior, including scheme for dome (Adoration by Host of Heaven, 150 figures)
Refs: W. Meagher, Brief Account of Rathmines Church (1855) in Clonliffe Archive, p238/6

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES ROAD LOWER, CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF REFUGE (RC)
Date: 1853
Nature: Statue of Our Lady of Refuge by James Farrell purchased at exhibition in Dublin, 1853, and placed in niche on front. Moved to apex of pediment after construction of portico.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 331;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 167-8(illus.);  History of Rathmines Parish, http://www.rathminesparish.ie/about-us/parish-history (last visited, Feb 2013).


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MARLBOROUGH STREET, ST MARY'S PRO-CATHEDRAL (RC)
Date: 1855
Nature: Statue of Daniel Murray, Archbishop of Dublin, by Thomas Farrell, assisted by Michael Farrell, who did figure of Prudence at base.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339; DB 5, 1 Feb 1863, 18;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 159-60(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 130, pl.79.


Building: CO. LOUTH, CARLINGFORD, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1855p
Nature: Monument to Ross S. Moore (d. 1855) by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 178

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL CLOSE, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1855p
Nature: Bas relief on monument to Thomas Osborne Kidd (d. 1855 at Sebastopol).
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013),106.


Building: ENGLAND, LONDON, GREAT EXHIBITION MEMORIAL
Date: 1858
Nature: Joseph, John and Thomas Farrell submit designs in competition.
Refs: B 16, 3 Apr 1858, 230

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PHOENIX PARK, WELLINGTON TESTIMONIAL
Date: 1860ca
Nature: Bronze relief of Battle of Waterloo from guns taken at Waterloo. By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: DB 1, 1 Mar 1859, 33;  W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 22(illus.), 1612;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005),308-9.

Building: CO. LOUTH, ARDEE, FOSTER MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN
Date: 1861
Nature: Designed by John Murray in memory of Sir Frederick Foster, Bt. Figure of Foster by Thomas Farrell. Pedestal by Hammond, Drogheda. Waterworks by James Nugent, Drogheda.
Refs: P.J. Geraghty, A Heritage in Stone: the life and career of architect John Murray (1994), 20-21

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CATHEDRAL OF ST COLUMB (CI)
Date: 1861p
Nature: Monument to John McNeil Boyd (d. 1861) by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 381-2

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PHOENIX PARK, VICE-REGAL LODGE
Date: 1862p
Nature: Monument to Lady St Germans. By Terence Farrell, for Earl of Carlisle.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335; Paula Murphy, 'Terence Farrell, Sculptor', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 1991-1992, 78(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION SQUARE, NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND
Date: 1864
Nature: Bronze statue of William Dargan. 'the Man with his hand in his pocket', in front of gallery, by Thomas Farrell. Landed in Dublin from London boat 14 May 1863 at which time pedestal of polished Galway granite after Thos. Farrell's design was being 'rapidly proceeded with'.
Refs: DB 5, 15 May 1863, 90; 6, 1 Feb 1864, 17-18; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 164(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 564.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PATRICK STREET, ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1864
Nature: Monument to Capt. John McNeill Boyd. By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: IB 6, 1 Aug 1864, 153;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 56(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 622.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, O'CONNELL MONUMENT
Date: 1864-65
Nature: Thomas, James, Joseph and John Farrell all unsuccessful entrants in competitions.
Refs: Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 162-3.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, JAMES'S STREET, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (RC)
Date: 1865
Nature: New altar and tabernacle by Farrell & Sons.
Refs: DB 7, ? ? 1865, 228

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PATRICK STREET, ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1865
Nature: Recumbent figure of Archbishop Whately, by Thomas Farrell. 'Farrell, the sculptor of the work, has succeeded in giving an excellent likeness of the archbishop;  but he appears to have followed in a very servile way the style of the monument which had been erected in Christ's Church Cathedral, to the memory of Bishop Lindsay...' (Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette).
Refs: DB 7, ? ? 1865, 238;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 7, no. 75, 18 Sep 1865, 198;  W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 161, Fig 219.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL BRIDGE (S SIDE), STATUE OF WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN
Date: 1867
Nature: By Thomas Farrell. Completed, 1867. Unveiled 26 Dec 1870. (Moved to O'Connell Street, 1929.)
Refs: B 24, 27 Oct 1866, 800; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 229-30(illus.). 

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MONKSTOWN, CARRICKBRENNAN ROAD, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1868-69
Nature: Side altar and statue of Virgin.
Refs: Payments, Sep 1868-Mar 1869 recorded in Father McCabe's accounts, Clonliffe College Archive, MS p23/2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNMONEY, CHURCH OF THE HOLY EVANGELISTS (CI)
Date: 1874
Nature: Celtic memorial cross in churchyard, for Lt. Gen. Smythe, 1881 designed by Thomas Drew. Cross & podium sculpted by A.P. Sharpe, 17 Gt Brunswick St, Dublin; high-relief panel, Descent from the Cross, sculpted by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: Design exh. RHA 1874, no. 282; IB 23, 15 Feb 1881, 59;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 184, Fig.257.

Building: CO. GALWAY, TUAM, SQUARE, STATUE OF ARCHBISHOP JOHN MCHALE
Date: 1874-75
Nature: By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: IB 16, 1 Nov 1874, 305; 17, 15 May 1875, 131; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILLINAGH, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1875p
Nature: Monument to Rev. Hugh de Lacy (d. 1875).
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 207.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CHURCH STREET, CHURCH OF ST MARY OF THE ANGELS (RC, CAPUCHIN)
Date: 1876
Nature: 2 side altars by 'Farrell'.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, STATUE OF SIR JOHN GRAY
Date: 1876-79
Nature: By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338; Fitzpatrick, Dublin Catholic Cemeteries, 135;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 233-234(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005),219

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHFARNHAM, CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION (RC)
Date: 1878a
Nature: High altar in marble and Caen stone 'crditably executed by Messrs. Farrell'.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2;  Freeman's Journal, 15 Mar 1878.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MARLBOROUGH STREET, ST MARY'S PRO-CATHEDRAL (RC)
Date: 1881
Nature: Statue of Cardinal Cullen, by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 163-4(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005),130.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHGAR ROAD, CHURCH OF THE THREE PATRONS (RC)
Date: 1882
Nature: High altar by Joseph Farrell.
Refs: Contract drawing formerly in office archives of W.H. Byrne & Son; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 333

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTLAND ROW, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1882
Nature: Canon Doyle monument, erected by public subscription. By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: IB 24, 1 Oct 1882, 280;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005),453.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, YOUNG IRELANDER AND IRISH REPUBLICAN BROTHERHOOD MONUMENT
Date: 1883-1886
Nature: Monument with figures of Erin, Patriotism and Fidelity.  Commissioned 1883.
Refs: Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 165-6(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INNS QUAY, FOUR COURTS
Date: 1884
Nature: Statue of Richard Lalor Sheil, by Thomas Farrell. (Destroyed, 1922.)
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 160, Fig.90.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INNS QUAY, FOUR COURTS
Date: 1884
Nature: Statue of Richard Lalor Sheil, erected 1884.
Refs: Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 73, Fig.90.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, MCCABE (CARDINAL) MEMORIAL
Date: 1885
Nature: Recumbent figure of Cardinal McCabe by Thomas Farrell. Tomb designed by G.C. Ashlin.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338; W.J. Fitzpatrick, History of the Dublin Cemeteries(1900), 176,179(illus.); O'Duffy, Historic Graves, Glasnevin (1915), 70

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INNS QUAY, FOUR COURTS
Date: 1885-87
Nature: Statue of Lord O'Hagan, by Thomas Farrell. (Destroyed, 1922.)
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 73,161, Fig.91.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, ELLEN PALLES MEMORIAL
Date: 1885p
Nature: Memorial to Ellen Palles by Thomas Farrell.. For Christopher Palles, Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
Refs: Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture:  Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press:  New Haven & London, 2010), 58(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 123 (ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS)
Date: 1886
Nature: Statue of William Dease. By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 50,165, Fig.48.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, WEXFORD, SQUARE, STATUE OF CANON ROCHE
Date: 1888
Nature: By Thomas Farrell
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ROUNDWOOD, RESERVOIR
Date: 1889
Nature: Bust of Sir John Gray by Thomas Farrell, exh. RHA 1889.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338 (but bust not listed in RHA Index for this year)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, SIR JOHN GRAY MEMORIAL
Date: 1889
Nature: By Thomas Farrell. Bust a replica of one at Roundwood Reservoir.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338; W.J. Fitzpatrick, History of the Dublin Catholic Cemeteries (1900), 135-7(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, PARK
Date: 1892
Nature: Statue of Lord Ardilaun by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 337;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 165, Fig.226;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 533.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 087 (UNIVERSITY CHURCH)
Date: 1892
Nature: Posthumous bust of John Henry Newman.
Refs: Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 475.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, BARRY SULLIVAN MEMORIAL
Date: 1894
Nature: Statue of Barry Sullivan as Hamlet by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339; W.J. Fitzpatrick, History of the Dublin Cemeteries(1900), 191-194(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, LEINSTER LAWN, SIR ROBERT STEWART STATUE
Date: 1898
Nature: By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 166-167(illus.).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, WEXFORD, ROWE STREET, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Fr James Roche, founder of the twin churches. By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: A Centenary record of [Wexford] town churches (1958), 129;  Churches of the Diocese of Ferns (Booklink, 2004), 138(illus.).

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, RODEN PLACE, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC PRO-CATHEDRAL)
Date: ?
Nature: Altar in 'Dundalk Church' by Joseph Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 333; see Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 265

Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, BARRONSTRAND STREET, CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY TRINITY (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: High altar by Joseph Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 333

Building: ENGLAND, TRURO (CORNWALL), CHURCH
Date: ?
Nature: Monument to Sir Hussey Vivian. By Terence Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 335

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, SHIPQUAY PLACE, GUILDHALL
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Queen Victoria, by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, ?, STATUE OF BISHOP BUTLER
Date: ?
Nature: By Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338

Building: CO. GALWAY, TUAM, SQUARE, STATUE OF WILLIAM BURKE OF CURRELEA
Date: ?
Nature: Statue in Portland stone, by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BALBRIGGAN, CHAPEL (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Altar frontal, 'Christ falling under the Cross', by 'Farrell'.
Refs: Reportorium Novum (1957-8), 213-4

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BLACKROCK, SION HILL, ST CATHERINE'S DOMINICAN CONVENT
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of the Sacred Heart. By James Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 331

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ARRAN QUAY, ST PAUL'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: High altar carved by 'Mssrs. Farrell'.
Refs: B 5, 1 Feb 1863, 18

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLONLIFFE ROAD, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, CHURCH (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Replica by Thomas Farrell of his statue of Cardinal Cullen in Pro-Cathedral in college chapel.
Refs: E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), ? (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc.2008/44)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST ALPHONSUS ROAD (DRUMCONDRA), REDEMPTORISTINE MONASTERY OF ST ALPHONSUS
Date: ?
Nature: Altar and statue of St Joseph, by Joseph Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 333

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GARDINER STREET UPPER, CHURCH OF ST FRANCIS XAVIER (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Virgin by Farrell & Sons.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Feb 1863, 18

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GARDINER STREET UPPER, CHURCH OF ST FRANCIS XAVIER (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Annunciation by James Farrell. Is this the same as statue of Virgin which was later raeplaced by Madonna bought in Rome?
Refs: N. Donnelly, Short Histories of Dublin Parishes, III, 103; W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 331

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GARDINER STREET UPPER, CHURCH OF ST FRANCIS XAVIER (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Statues of Sacred Heart, St Ignatius & St Francis Xavier on top of portico, by Terence Farrell.
Refs: N. Donnelly, Short Histories of Dublin Parishes, III, 102;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 132.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, JOHN O'MAHONY MEMORIAL
Date: ?
Nature: By Thomas Farrell, who 'personally expended £500' on it. Awaiting erection in 1900.
Refs: W.J. Fitzpatrick, History of the Dublin Catholic Cemeteries (1900), 143; O'Duffy, Historic Craves, Glasnevin (1915), 128

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HAROLD'S CROSS ROAD, CONVENT
Date: ?
Nature: Statues in chapel by Farrell & Sons.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Feb 1863, 18

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MARLBOROUGH STREET, TYRONE HOUSE
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Sir Alexander McDonnell in front of Tyrone House by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338;  Paula Murphy, Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture: Native Genius Reaffirmed  (Yale University Press: New Haven & London, 2010), 234.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PATRICK STREET, ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: ?
Nature: Monument with bust of Rev. Dr Marks., by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES ROAD LOWER, CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF REFUGE (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Statue of Christ in the Temple by James Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 331

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, SANDYMOUNT ROAD, CHURCH OF OUR LADY STAR OF THE SEA (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Dean O'Connell monument, by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 339

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, SANDYMOUNT ROAD, CHURCH OF OUR LADY STAR OF THE SEA (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Mural tablet with medallion portrait of Rev. Thomas Leahy, by Thomas Farrell.
Refs: W.G. Strickland, A Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 338

Building: CO. LONGFORD, LONGFORD, ST MEL'S ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST MEL (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Carving of angels in spandrels attributed to Terence Farrell (but Casey and Rowan say that they are plaster).
Refs: St Mel's Restoration Booklet (Longford Tourism: 2014), 10 , see www.longfordtourism.ie/wp-content/uploads/ST-MELS-restoration-booklet.pdf (last visited, Apr 2016).