Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Stonemason, of Dublin. Daniel Murphy carried out masonry for Sir James Bond at the latter's new buildings at Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin, which was measured by Bryan Bolger in 1794.(1) He may be the same person as the Daniel Murphy who acted as supervising architect and measurer at Aldborough House Dublin in 1797-98(2) and as the Daniel Murphy who signed one of the drawings in a collection of late-eighteenth century designs for chimneypieces by GEORGE DARLEY GEORGE DARLEY , HILL DARLEY  HILL DARLEY and John Keane which are now in the Royal Irish Academy. A Daniel Murphy was admitted to the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture on 15 December 1793.(3)



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(1) Bryan Bolger MSS, NA/PRO 1A 58 124.
(2) Aidan O'Boyle, 'Aldborough House, Dublin:  a construction history', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies 4 (Irish Georgian Society, 2001), 121-2.
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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PORTLAND ROW, ALDBOROUGH HOUSE
Date: 1897-98
Nature: A Daniel Murphy employed as supervising architect and measurer, 1797-98.
Refs: Aidan O'Boyle, 'Aldborough House, Dublin:  a construction history', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies 4 (Irish Georgian Society, 2001), 121-2.