Paradise Lost : Lord Charlemont’s Garden at Marino
To coincide with the Office of Public Works’ exhibition, Paradise Lost: Lord Charlemont’s Garden at Marino, the Irish Georgian Society is partnering with the OPW to present a study day which will focus on the history, design and conservation of Lord Charlemont’s garden at Marino House (demolished 1926). Containing one of Ireland’s finest neo-Classical buildings, namely the Casino Marino (designed by Sir William Chambers and completed in 1775) the study day, will focus on the extensive designed landscape of Marino House and its environs. Participating speakers include: Patrick Bowe; Dr Marion Harney; Elizabeth Morgan; Kevin Mulligan; Dr Ruth Musielak; Melissa O’Brien; Dr Finola O’Kane; Dr Romilly Turton; and Dr Rose Anne White. OPW Commissioner, John McMahon with open the study day, which will be chaired by Donough Cahill, Patrick Guinness, Mary Heffernan, Dr Matthew Jebb and John O’Connell.