Explore the art libraries and archives of Dublin…

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Heading to Dublin for LILAC (the Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference)? No doubt as an art documentation professional you’ll want to take the opportunity to visit some of the capital’s wonderful and little known art libraries and archives!

In which case, why not take a copy of the Art Researcher’s Guide to Dublin? Let it lead you through the city on a tour of beautiful and historical institutions and collections, and find the perfect library or archive to match your needs, as a library tourist or serious researcher.

Dublin is the gateway to Ireland. From its Viking origins it grew to be one of Europe´s leading centres for music, literature and art. In the 18th century Dublin reached a high point, when wealth and patronage fostered skilled artists, builders and craftsmen who put a distinctive Hibernian stamp on their work in the Georgian idiom of the time. Today Dublin is a thriving modern city with pride in the educational and cultural institutions from its past. — Description taken from book

To order your copy via paypal or order form, click here.

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