Typed extractions from the Cork School of Art Minute Book, November 1883-September 1899. Includes references to female students, for example:
Item 3 at a meeting held on Monday, 9 June 1884 declared that 'Miss Irwin was allowed to continue her woodcarving classes in the next session'
Item 1 at a meeting 11 November 1889, declared that the daughters of Revd. Whitelegge's were to be allowed to attend courses on the condition that he paid current fees and arrears.
|By prior appointment
For a guide to this repository see, Peter Murray, 'The Illustrated Summary Catalogue of the Cork Municipal Art Gallery' (Gandon Press, 1991). This contains a history of art education in 19th century Cork and lists in the index the names of c.100 women who attended the art school with relevant dates, 1819-1900.
|Crawford Art Gallery
|Emmet Place Cork City
|Repository Web Address
|Due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.