Category:Sharman D. Neill Building, Belfast
This is a category about a listed building with HB numberHB26/50/031.
English: Building at 36–38 Donegall Place erected for the clockmaking firm of Sharman D. Neill in 1903 in a Neo-Baroque style after the design of the architect Vincent Craig. The pediment carving was created by the firm Winter and Thompson, a partnership of James Edgar Winter and Edmund T. Thompson, and depicts Father Time with two female figures holding a scroll with the inscription “Tempus Fugit”. The years 1803–1903 at the top of the gable refer to the foundation of the firm by the grandfather Robert Neill in 1803 and the completion of this building. (See C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast, p. 71; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: An Historical Gazetteer, p. 106; DIA record; HB26/50/031; sculpture.gla.ac.uk listing for James Edgar Winter.)
Media in category "Sharman D. Neill Building, Belfast"
The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
- Belfast 36–38 Donegall Place Sharman D. Neill Building 2018 08 23.jpg 2,086 × 3,199; 4.06 MB
- Belfast 36–38 Donegall Place Sharman D. Neill Building Gable 2018 08 23.jpg 2,510 × 2,131; 2.58 MB
- River Island, Belfast, March 2011.JPG 2,848 × 4,272; 4.66 MB
- River Island, Belfast, May 2013.JPG 3,456 × 5,184; 7.7 MB
- Shop Interior- silver, gold goods - indicative of wealth-trade. (29377868515).jpg 2,000 × 1,591; 1.68 MB