At the time of writing, reconstruction drawing projects have been completed or are in progress on a great variety of sites. These range from early medieval monastic enclosures to major later medieval monasteries and castles, from a simple medieval priests' house to the tower-houses of late medieval Gaelic Irish lords, and from the fortified houses of Elizabethan adventurers to the 19th century copper mines of Waterford.
Click on the thumbnails to open samples of completed reconstructions, all of Irish sites.
Medieval Ecclesiastical Subjects
The 2nd and 3rd thumbnails open part of a set of five serial reconstructions of St Brendan's Cathedral complex in Ardfert, Co. Kerry.
The 4th thumbnail opens a detail of the 3rd thumbnail.
Late Medieval to Early Modern Subjects
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd thumbnails open the full set of three serial reconstructions of Ross Castle, Killarney, Co. Kerry. The 4th thumbnail (the 5th opens a detail from the 4th) and the bottom thumbnail open two of a set of four individual drawings of the 19th century copper mines district in Co. Waterford.