Chester Beatty Library (Dublin) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... beautifully decorated copies of the Koran in the bazaars, and a visit to Asia in 1917 added Chinese and Japanese painting to his growing list of interests. He was primarily attracted to these manuscripts by their fine bindings and the rich illustrations, as well as the magnificent calligraphy, but he was also ... more
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by - written on 18/05/01, updated on 15/01/02 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Introduction ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The Chester Beatty Library is now located in a new extension to the old “Clock Tower” building in the grounds of Dublin Castle. It moved here in November, 1999, from its old home in a large house in Shrewsbury Road (one of the the MOST expensive property locations in Dublin) where it first opened its doors in 1954. ~ ~ The Library is a treasure trove for anyone who is interested in the great religions and cultures of the world, and houses one of the very best collections of its kind. The artefacts and exhibits include ancient manuscripts, prints, miniature paintings, icons, early editions of ... Read the complete review
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