Irish Celtic Revival Arts Photos

Starting about 1840, the Irish growing desire for independence sparked a movement to revive ancient Celtic themes in art & decorative arts. This Celtic Revival style was in vogue until the Irish Rebellion and the First World War.

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Celtic revival coffee & tea service by John Smith of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver dish by Joseph Johnson Jr. of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Enameled trinket box by Joseph Doran of London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Celtic revival coffee & tea service (1874-5) by John Smith of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver dish (1870) by Joseph Johnson Jr. of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell (1903) by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Enameled trinket box (c1905) by Joseph Doran of London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Neo-Celtic silver bowl by West & Son of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Neo-Celtic silver book cover by Thomas Weir of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of Irish-style brooches at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Neo-Celtic silver bowl (1910) by West & Son of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Neo-Celtic silver book cover (1913) by Thomas Weir of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of Irish-style brooches (late 19th-20thC) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer (c1870-80) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish brooches at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Green stone Irish head-piece at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Irish-style brooches at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gilt & enamel buckle at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Irish brooches (mid 19thC) at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Green stone Irish head-piece (late 19th to 20thC) at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Irish-style brooches (late 19th-20thC) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gilt & enamel buckle (early 20thC) at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Waste buckle at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Celtic revival graphic at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Celtic revival plaque at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Post Car graphic by Jack B. Yeats at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Waste buckle (early 20thC) at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Celtic revival graphic at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Celtic revival plaque (1923) at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Post Car graphic (1908) by Jack B. Yeats at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish interior graphic by Jack B. Yeats at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Erin graphic by Arts & Crafts artist Walter Crane at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Celtic revival costumes & dress at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.
Irish interior graphic (1900) by Jack B. Yeats at Pearse Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Erin graphic by Arts & Crafts artist Walter Crane at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Celtic revival costumes & dress at Ulster American Folk Park. Omagh, Northern Ireland.

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