Detail from the cover of National Gallery of Ireland: Loan collection of works by Sir Frederic W. Burton R.H.A., 1900. NGI Special Collections 708.15DUB/NGI
Researching F.W. Burton at the National Gallery of Ireland
The Centre for the Study of Irish Art holds three NGI publications (1900, 1980, 1997) that focus on the career of Frederic William Burton. The artist's early career as a painter of miniature portraits is covered in Caffrey (2000), while discussion of his later career can be found in Crookshank & Glin (1994) and Bourke (1987).
The CSIA also holds two archival collections related to F.W. Burton which contain correspondence, newspaper cuttings, notes, receipts, photographs and other ephemera.
Bourke, Marie. (1987). The Aran Fisherman's Drowned Child by Frederic William Burton. Dublin: National Exhibition Touring Services
Caffrey, Paul. (2000). Treasures to Hold: Irish and English Miniatures 1650-1850. Dublin: National Gallery of Ireland.
Crookshank, Anne and Glin, Knight of. (1994). The Watercolours of Ireland: Works on Paper, in Pencil, Pastel and Paint, c.1660-1914. London
National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin. (1997). Frederic William Burton : works in the Print Gallery, National Gallery of Ireland. Dublin: National Gallery of Ireland
National Gallery of Ireland. (1900). National Gallery of Ireland. Loan collection of works by Sir Frederic W. Burton R.H.A.
Special Collections 708.15DUB/NGI
National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin. (1980). Sir Frederic W. Burton, R.H.A., 1876 - 1900 [catalogue of exhibition held March 1980]
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