Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architectural draftsman, of Dublin. Edward Farrell was awarded a premium at the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture in 1802 and again in 1804.(1) He may be the person of the same name who exhibited drawings of architectural subjects at the Society of Artists of Ireland, Dublin, from an address in Redmond's Hill in 1809-11, and at the Society of Artists of the City of Dublin from an address in Kevin's Park in 1813.(2) See also EDWARD FARRELL[2]. EDWARD FARRELL[2].


(1) MS. transcript from Royal Dublin Society minutes of School of Architectural Design admissions and prizewinners (in IAA).
(2) The titles of these drawings were as follows: 'View of the New Bank, College Green', 'Canal Hotel, Portobello', 'The RC College at Maynooth', 'Design for a villa', 'Robert Wynne Esqr's Villa near Rathmines [?Rathmines Castle]', 'View of Santry House', 'Stephen Green, view of the College of Surgeons'.