Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

English architect, for biography and works of whom, see Howard Colvin, A Biographical dictionary of British architects 1600-1840 (4th edn., 2008), 647-649. At the Royal Academy in 1773 Leverton exhibited an elevation of a villa 'to be built in Ireland',(1) and thirty years later, in 1803, he exhibited a view of a 'marine villa…now building' at Lislee, Co. Cork, for the Rev. Dr. Synge.(2) The latter design was published in G. Richardson's New Vitruvius Britannicus, II (1808), Pls. 45-50, but the house cannot be traced today.


(1) RA 1773, no. 174.
(2) RA 1803, no. 992.

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Date: 1803
Nature: 'Marine villa' for Rev. Edward Synge, DD, 'now building' in 1803. Probably unexecuted.
Refs: RA 1803, no. 992; G. Richardson, New Vitruvius Britannicus, II (1808), Pls. 45-50