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Architect, of Dublin. Joseph Boardman, who came of Quaker stock, exhibited architectural designs at the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1841-1845 and 1849-1850. His address is given as 65 Grafton Street from 1841-1844 and as 35 Dawson Street thereafter.(1) The directories show him as sharing both premises with the baby linen warehouse of Hannah Boardman, but by 1857 both he and Hannah Boardman have disappeared.(2) A John Boardman was admitted to the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture on 3 March 1814.(3)
(1) RHA 1841, no. 420; 1842, no. 442; 1843, no. 626; 1844, no. 446; 1845, nos. 429,433,468,471; 1849, no. 391; 1850, nos. 355, 920.
(2) Post Office Directory 1853,1857.
(3) MS transcript from Royal Dublin Society minute books of admissions and prizewinners, School of Architectural Drawing (in IAA).
4 work entries listed in chronological order for BOARDMAN, JOSEPH
|Building:||CO. MAYO, WESTPORT, GLENDENNING TESTIMONIAL|
|Nature:||JB exhibits pencil sketch at RHA. Competition entry?|
|Refs:||RHA 1844, no.446|
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CRAMPTON QUAY, ASTON'S QUAY OR BACHELOR'S WALK, MARKET(PROPOSED)|
|Nature:||Drawing exhibited at RHA|
|Refs:||RHA 1845, no. 468|
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, HOUSES (002)|
|Nature:||JB exhibits 'Elevation of two Houses to be built at Killiney' at RHA.|
|Refs:||RHA 1845, no. 433|
|Building:||CO. ANTRIM?, MONTPELIER (NEAR BELFAST),'ORNAMENTAL BUILDING FOR A PLEASURE GROUND'|
|Refs:||RHA 1849, no. 391|