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The historic Four Courts, where the sittings of the Irish Supreme Court, High, Circuit & District Courts take place. The building was founded by the Duke of Rutland - Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1786, its construction having begun in 1776. The original architect Thomas Cooley, who also designed the Royal Exchange Building - now City Hall, died in 1784 before its completion.
James Gandon was appointed as architect to complete the project, and added features including the four courts to the original designs. The rooftop sculptures by Edward Smyth represent Moses, Authority, Justice & Wisdom. The building was completed in 1802.

The Four Courts, Dublin (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Joanna Tojka from Ireland

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