Charity previously relied on grant support from Fáilte Ireland and Wicklow council
The Alfred Beit Foundation’s proposed sale of nine paintings that were supposed to be ‘for the enjoyment of the Irish people’ caused outrage.
Russborough and the Beit collection together form a national treasure, and should be treated as such
The idea of a living wage has been around since the 1700s, but Switzerland is set to put it to a vote next year
Sam Keogh’s fine new exhibition explores our treatment of human remains and what it reveals about us
Heather Humphreys presents prizes to young artists at Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Against the odds, the RHA is still around, with this year’s exhibition one of its best. And despite our changing tastes, portrait painting has survived the advent of the selfie
Although seen as an Impressionist, the painter was never comfortable with the term and even derided its proponents
Visual Art: Ciarán Óg Arnold’s photographic book shows us a world of drinking, messing and masculine swagger
Two intriguing group exhibitions ask whether we can believe our eyes
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