Architect, of Dublin. Henry Hart exhibited architectural designs at the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1843 and 1849. In 1843 he submitted his ideas for improving St Patrick's Hospital, Dublin, which apparently were acted upon. These included a new design for the windows, which he described and illustrated in a letter to the Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal for November, 1843. He may be the Mr 'Harte' who entered the Kingsbridge station competition in 1845.
Addresses: Work: 24, Lower Sackville Street, 1843; 86 Talbot Street, 1843-1845; 72 Talbot Street, 1846-1848; 12 Leinster Chambers, Dame Street, 1849-1851.
Home: Annadale Lodge, Philipsburgh Avenue, 1847.
See WORKS and BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Listed under WORKS.
Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 6 (Nov 1843), 381.
Information from Jeanne Sheehy (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc. 2008/44).
From Thom's and Post Office Directories, and Jones's transcripts of lists of architects in same.
See note 2, above.
6 work entries listed in chronological order for HART, HENRY
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||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES, HOUSE
||Design for villa 'erected for Captain Bradford' exh. RHA 1843 (?Rosetta, Garfield Ave, Rathgar)
RHA 1943, no. 609
||CO. GALWAY, TUAM, PRESENTATION CONVENT
||Building of new convent commenced, Jul 1848. To cost: £4,000. Builder: Andrew Egan, Tuam. Design for convent 'now erecting' exh. RHA, 1849.
Tuam Herald, RHA 1849, no. 394
||'window for a lunatic asylum'
||Letter published in Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 6 (Nov 1843), 381.