Dublin: The Story of a City The publication of any book of drawings by Stephen Conlin is something of an event for any student of our capital city. This book is particularly welcome, bringing together as it does most of the artist’s most important Dublin drawings, made in a long career stretching well over 30 […]
via Dublin: The Story of a City by Stephen Conlin and Peter Harbison, reviewed — Arran Q Henderson
Dublin Decoded tours’ owner and chief guide is the writer and street-level art historian Arran Henderson. Arran is a passionate local historian and avid observer and writer on many aspects of artistic, architectural culture and almost all eras of history. He is a graduate of Oxford Brook Art History department, Ireland’s National College of Art and Design and the Dublin Institute of Technology and has spent additional time in the University of Rhode Island and and Central St Martins, London.
His blog, about everything from traditional cast iron coal hole-covers to the use of optical magnifying and projecting apparatus in 17th century Dutch art appears at irregular intervals. It is titled simply Arran Q Henderson dot com. and you can see it here.