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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Homan Potterton
  • ISBN:
    0953651045
  • ISBN13:
    978-0953651047
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  • Publisher:
    Irish Arts Review Ltd; Revised edition (October 2001)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Author: Homan Potterton.

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Homan Potterton was born in 1946. He is an honorary member of the Royal Hibernian Academy. He currently lives in rural France.

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Homan Potterton’s most popular book is Rathcormick: A Childhood Recalled. Showing 18 distinct works. Rathcormick: A Childhood Recalled by. Homan Potterton.

Homan Potterton (born 1946) is an art historian and writer who was director of the National Gallery of Ireland, 1980-88. He was previously (1974–80) an assistant keeper, curator, at the National Gallery, London. He has written several art books and catalogues and his memoir of growing up in Ireland in the 1950s is Rathcormick: a Childhood Recalled (2001). References and sources.

Find nearly any book by Homan Potterton. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Irish church monuments, 1570-1880. ISBN 9780900457166 (978-00457-16-6) Softcover, Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 1975. Find signed collectible books: 'Irish church monuments, 1570-1880'.