Three statues on the pediment of St. Paul's Church, designed by Patrick Byrne. The statues were added in 1870, they depict St. Paul (centre), St. Peter (left) and St. Patrick (right). The statue of St. Paul was designed by Constantine Panormo, the model was in the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1838. It was probably actually executed in stone by J. R. Kirk, who did the two other statues of St. Peter and St. Patrick
- Joseph Robinson Kirk (Dublin 1821 - Dublin 1894,
Irish sculptor, eldest son of Thomas Kirk
- Constantine Panormo (London c. 1805 - Dublin 1852),
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Location (N 53°20'46" - W 6°16'39")
Item Code: ie061; Photograph: 11 June 2014
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