There are 11 main Visual History pages which present a history of muraling in the north of/Northern Ireland from 1900 to 2019.
In addition, there is a general introduction to muraling (What Is A Mural?) and a Glossary of the terms used on the site, and also a number of pages on specific locations (such as Free Derry Corner), themes (such as International Solidarity, Eddie The Head), and painters (such as Bobby Jackson). These are included in the list below alongside the Visual History page where they are first mentioned.
(The pages are spread across the two sites, Extramural Activity and Peter Moloney Collection – Murals. All pages at this time (2019) are drafts. Comments and corrections are greatly appreciated, to firstname.lastname@example.org)
The “Oldest” Murals – An overview of the “oldest” murals in a variety of senses including first painted (by each sect) and longest-lasting (with and without repainting).
Visual History 01 – The Protestant Ascendancy – Early loyalist muraling. In the appendix, we are attempting to gather a complete list of early loyalist murals. If you know of any not included, please get in touch.
The Jackson Murals (Londonderry’s Fountain area)
Visual History 02 – The Catholic Insurgency – Pre-hunger strike republican muraling. In the appendix, we are attempting to gather a complete list of early republican murals. If you know of any not included, please get in touch.
The Alan Skillen Murals (Percy Place, 1984)
“Hawks” & Doves – The replacement of the phoenix and lark by the dove during the peace process.
Eddie The Trooper – A collection of the known images of Iron Maiden’s ‘Eddie The Head’ in the guise of a British Red Coat from the Crimean War.
Mountpottinger Road (Short Strand)
Visual History 11 (2010-present)