Henrietta Street Dublin + Lavender’s Blue

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Henrietta Street Dublin © Lavender's Blue Stuart Blakley

Lavender’s Blue, 2015, “It’s a permanent film set, a black and white photograph, a frozen moment in the decline of the Ascendancy – squares of cobwebbed glass blind to the 21st century.”

Henrietta Street Townhouse Dublin © Lavender's Blue Stuart Blakley

Christopher Hussey, 1979 1939, “There can be few streets in any city in Europe of such surpassing quality in such a state of decrepitude.”

Maurice Craig, 1970, “Of so palatial a cast that one easily understands how it remained the most fashionable street in Dublin till the Union, long after many rival centres of social attraction had been created.”

Henrietta Street Doorcase Dublin © Lavender's Blue Stuart Blakley

James Joyce, 1914, “The gaunt spectral mansions in which the old nobility of Dublin had roistered.”

Henrietta Street Railings Dublin © Lavender's Blue Stuart Blakley

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5 Responses to Henrietta Street Dublin + Lavender’s Blue

  1. janice porter says:

    love the black and white photographs. makes me want to take a trip to Dublin!

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  2. Cheers. Get on that Enterprise Express to Connolly! Lavender’s Blue

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  3. Dear Nandini. Thanks for your beautiful support. Best, Lavender’s Blue.

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  4. Check the late Christopher Hussey’s dates;he was definitely sleeping out by 1979.1939?

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