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Wearable Wealth: The Social and Cultural Significance of Gold Jewellery in Later Medieval Ireland

Chantal Brown
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2015
MPhil (Irish Art History)

Subject: Metalwork
Country: Ireland
Period: 13th Century to 15th Century

Supervisor: Dr Rachel Moss
20,000

Text and Image in the Work of Lorand Gaspar

Karen Brown
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1998
MPhil

Subject: Illustration
Period: 20th Century

Austerity and Functionalism in Visual Communication: A Critique of the International Typographic Style

Warren Brown
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1999
MPhil

Subject: Architecture
Period: 20th Century

Alice Neel and the Twentieth Century Tronie

Holly Brown
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2018
BA

Subject: Painting
Country: USA
Period: 17th and 20th Century

10,000 words

Disease, Desire and Decline in the Aging Artist Michelangelo’s Fixation on the Physical Body

Chloe Brown
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2019
BA

Subject: Painting, Sculpture
Country: Italy
Period: 16th Century

10,000 words

The role of Slavic mythology in the works of Zofia Stryjenska (1891-1976) in the Formation of the National style and the Re-Establishment of National Identity in Poland in the 20th century

Ewelina Bubania
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2010
BA

Subject: Painting, Architecture, Decoration and Illustration
Country: Poland
Period: 19th and 20th Century

10,000 words

Belleek Pottery

Kerry-Leigh Buckley
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1988
BA

Subject: Pottery
Country: Ireland and America
Period: 19th and 20th Century

Through the Stained Glass and What Clarke Found There Exploring as to whether Harry Clarke should be recognized as a purely Irish artist or not.

Emer Buckley
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2019
BA

Subject: Stained Glass, Painting
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

10,000 words

The University of Dublin, Trinity College, and Sustainable Architecture; an Investigation of the Impact of Environmental Services on Building Design over the Past c.150 Years.

Lelia Budd
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2005
BA

Subject: Architecture
Country: Ireland
Period: 19th- 21st Century

10,000 words

Report on Iveagh Markets, Frances Street, D8

Toby Bull
Trinity College Dublin
Department of Civic, Structural & Environmental Engineering
2005
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair and Conservation

Subject: Iveagh Market
Country: Ireland

Approx. 15,000

Richard Castle’s Domestic Interiors in Ireland 1728-1750

Emma Joyce Burke
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2010
BA

Subject: Architecture
Country: Ireland
Period: 18th Century

10,000 words

The Trinity College Exhibition Hall: Ireland’s First University Gallery

Emma Burke
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2011
MPhil (Irish Art History)

Country: Ireland: Dublin

Supervisor: Dr Yvonne Scott
20,000

Sidney Nolan and Ned Kelly: Living Through the Landscape

Sam Burton
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2013
BA

Subject: Painting, Watercolour and Mixed Media
Country: Australia
Period: 20th Century

10,000 words

Revivalist and Realist: Pre-Raphaelitism and Photography

Jessica Burton Restrick
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2019
BA

Subject: Painting and Photography
Country: England
Period: 19th Century

10,000 words

An Evaluation of Current Galvanic Cathodic Protection Systems and their Application in Protected Structures

Roland Burzik
Trinity College Dublin
Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
2009
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair and Conservation

Subject: Protected structures
Country: Ireland

Approx. 15,000

Context and Subtext of Religious Art in Madrid During the Reign of Philip IV

Marta Bustillo
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2004
PhD

Country: Spain: Madrid
Period: 16th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Peter Cherry
Approx. 60,000 - 80,000 words

The Genre Paintings of Murillo: Scenes of Everyday Life or Moral Images?

Marta Bustillo
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1996
BA

Subject: Painting
Country: Spain
Period: 17th Century

10,000 words

Conservation at Castletown, Celbridge: A study

Stephen Timothy Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
2008
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair and Conservation

Subject: Conservation at Castletown
Country: Ireland

Approx. 15,000

Investigating into Pyrite in Quarries and the Damage it Causes to the Built Environment

Joseph Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
2013
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair and Conservation

Subject: Pyrite in quarries
Country: Ireland

Approx. 15,000

Preservation and Conservation of an 18th c. Building in 21st c. Dublin: 8 Aunger Street, Dublin 2

Justin James Andrew Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
2014
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair and Conservation

Subject: 8 Aungier Street
Country: Ireland
Period: 18th Century

Approx. 15,000

Spectatorship and the Gaze: The case of the Female Viewer

Katriona Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1994
BA

Subject: Art theory
Country: Various
Period: Various

10,000 words

The Mother Image in 20th Century Irish Art

Frances Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
2005
MPhil (Irish Art History)

Subject: Art
Country: Ireland
Period: 20th Century

Supervisor: Dr. Yvonne Scott
20,000

“The Art of Persuasion.” A study of the tomb of Sir Piers Butler, 8th Earl of Ormond and his wife Lady Margaret Fitzgerald, in St. Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny

Valerie B. Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1993
BA

Subject: Sculpture and Funerary monuments
Country: Ireland
Period: 16th Century

10,000 words

The Origins of Common Perceptions of Women in art; An investigation into the historical role of women in the visual arts as determined by the art establishment.

Tara Sarah Byrne
Trinity College Dublin
Department of History of Art and Architecture
1991
BA

Subject: Art
Country: Ireland and Italy
Period: 16th- 19th Century

10,000 words