Ambulance log book to go on display tomorrow, is probably the first written record of the events of the 1916  Easter Rising, compiled as they happened.

Dublin Fire Brigade’s minute-by-minute record of events from 1916 to go on display

Last year, Michael Flatley presented his painting ‘The Walking Dead’ – an abstract depiction of victims of the Famine – to Taoiseach Enda Kenny during a meeting in Government Buildings.

Canvas by ‘Lord of the Dance’ star is one of a series he has made on the theme of the Great Famine and is an abstract depiction of(...)

‘The Desert Charge’ by Dublin artist Aloysius O’Kelly

A painting by the Dublin artist Aloysius O’Kelly, who travelled to Sudan to work as an illustrator in 1883, is to be auctioned (...)

The Co Mayo-born author, David Hicks,  “criss-crossed the country gathering information in relation to the portraits”

New book examines portraits by Sir John Lavery, amongst others

Dated from 1463, the map was made in Venice by the cartographer Grazioso Benincasa

Christie’s said the map showing Ireland was the “oldest known separate, individual map of the island”

An ivory and bone inlaid rosewood and ebony curiosity cabinet (€5,000-€7,000)

Highlights include a pair of Irish Georgian silver salvers made in 1753

Detail from ‘Ireland’s Crossroads, Camden Town’ from the Bernard Canavan exhibition at the Kenny Gallery in Galway until December 11th

Selling exhibition depicts the world of 1950s Irish emigrants to London

Arkle Collection:  sold last week at Graham Budd Auctions in Mayfair for £65,000

Private Irish collector said he had ‘tried, without success, to find a buyer in Ireland’

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