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A Victorian Friendship and Auckland's First School Of Art

Article about the friendship of Frank Connelly and John Logan Campbell which resulted in the founding of the first art school in Aukland, the Campbell School of Art. Click here to view.


American Sculpture; A Catalogue of the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Catalogue of American Sculpture Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Albert TenEyck Gardner, Assocaite Curator of Painting and Sculpture. The museum owns the scultpure, "Theis and Achilles" by Frank Connelly. Entry about Frank can be found on page 38.

1965

Bowen's legacy is his island

Article about Cornelia's brother, Ralph Peacock, a.k.a. John Bowen.


Cornelia's Brother Dodsworth Peacock
Cornelia's oldest brother Dodsworth (1798-1822)

Cornelia's Brother George Peacock
Cornelia's favorite and youngest brother George who came into the church with his wife Elizabeth and died in 1849

Cornelia's half-sister Isabella Bowen Montgomery
Cornelia's half-sister Isabella Bowen Montgomery

Cornelia's sister Adeline Peacock Duval 01
Cornelia's sister Adeline Peacock Duval (1800-1855) who was distressted by Cornelia's conversion but later followed her into the church

Cornelia's sister Adeline Peacock Duval 02
Cornelia's sister Adeline Peacock Duval (1800-1855)

Death Notice of Marina Borghese

Small article noting the passing of Cornelia's granddaughter, Marina Borghese, in the Autumn 1965 edition of Pylon.

Autumn 1965

Mercer (Merty) Connelly

Mercer (Merty) Connelly (1832-1853) taken from a miniature painted when he was 9.


New Zealand Sculpture, A History

History of sculpture in New Zealand written by Michael Dunn. Includes information about Frank Connelly's. Click here to view.

2002

Photo of Adeline Connelly 01

Photo of Cornelia's daughter, Adeline Connelly (1835-1900)


Photo of Adeline Connelly 02

Photo of Cornelia's daughter, Adeline Connelly later in life


Photo of Adeline Connelly 03

Photo of Cornelia's daughter, Adeline Connelly (1835-1900) at 14-16 years of age.


Photo of Adeline Connelly 04

Photo of Cornelia's daughter, Adeline Connelly (1835-1900) as a young woman


Photo of Frank and Adeline Connelly 01

Photo of Cornelia's children, Frank (18) and Adeline (23) Connelly

1858-59

Photo of Frank and Adeline Connelly 02

Photo of Cornelia's children, Frank (18) and Adeline (23) Connelly

1858-60

Photo of Frank and Adeline with Pierce and Dr. Harris

Photo of Frank and Adeline with Pierce and Dr. Harris

1870

Photo of Frank Connelly 01

Photo of Cornelia's son, Frank Connelly (1841-1932) as a young man


Photo of Frank Connelly 02

Photo of Cornelia's son, Frank Connelly (1841-1932) as an old man


Photo of Frank Connelly and his daughter Marina Bianca Ardiccioni Connelly Borghese
Photo of Frank Connelly and his daughter Marina Bianca Ardiccioni Connelly Borghese (1883-1965)

Photo of Frank Connelly and his daughter Marina Borghese
Photo of Frank Connelly and his daughter Marina Borghese

Photo of Marina Borghese 01
Photo of Marina Borghese, daughter of Frank Connelly, Grand-daughter of Cornelia; photo taken in New Sharon Library
August 1959

Photo of Marina Borghese 02
Photo of Marina Borghese, daughter of Frank Connelly, Grand-daughter of Cornelia; photo taken in New Sharon Library
August 1960

Photo of Mary Frances Peacock, RSCJ
Photo of Mary Frances Peacock, RSCJ (1805-1872); she and Cornelia were very close. As a result of Cornelia's encouragement she joined the Catholic church and entered the Sacred Heart Convent at Grand Couteau.

Photo of Pierce Connelly 01
Photo of Pierce Connelly (1804-1883), Cornelia's husband

Photo of Pierce Connelly 02
Photo of Pierce Connelly

Photo of Pierce with Frank, Adeline and Rev. Dr. Harris

Photo of Pierce with Frank, Adeline and Rev. Dr. Harris

1870

Photo of SHCJ with Cornelia's great great nephew
Photo of SHCJ with Cornelia's great great nephew

Portrait of Pierce Connelly
Portrait of Pierce Connelly painted by son Frank
c. 1851

Portrait of Pierce's brother George Connelly
Portrait of Pierce's brother George Connelly

Portrait of Pierce's brother John Connelly
Portrait of Pierce's brother John Connelly

Portrait of young Adeline Connelly by Frank Connelly

Portrait of young Adeline Connelly by Frank Connelly


Sculpture of Adeline Connelly 01

Sculpture of Adeline Connelly by Pierce Francis (Frank) Connelly.


Self-portrait of Francis Pierce (Frank) Connelly
Self-portrait of Francis Pierce (Frank) Connelly (1841-1932)

Sketch of Pierce Connelly
Sketch of Pierce Connelly at age 32-33, Rome, 1836-7; done by Chiara Colonna; matching sketch of Cornelia was also made.
1836-7

The Case of Pierce Connelly

"From a study relating to his psychological developmentand affective disorders, prepared by the psychologist Georges Cruchon, SJ of the Gregorian University in Rome. Abridged English version by Mary Ethelreda Wilcox and Ursula Blake, SHCJ." From Source, No. 5, 1976, pages 5-19.

1976

The History of American Sculpture

A history of American sculpture written by Laredo Taft. Part of a series entitled History of American Art, edited by John C. Van Dyke. Section about Frank Connelly begins on page 261 (PDF page 290).

1903

Unpacking Frederick Gaenslen

Article about Bowen/Peacock descendant. See also this follow-up article.

July 6, 2018

Writers in Residence: A Journey with Pioneer New Zealand Writers

Biographies of 20 distinguished New Zealand writers are included in this profile of 19th-century authors by Jenny Robin Jones. Refernces made to Frank Connelly. Click here to view.

2004


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