These Japanese prints were often made by groups rather than individual artists, and the result is a stunning attention to detail
John Mulvany, who fled the Famine and was famous for his battle paintings, died a down and out. Now one of his best known works is to be sold for $25 million
Gareth Reid’s portrait of his distant relative Irish TV presenter Graham Norton is now on view in the National Gallery of Ireland
The artist instils each piece with a wealth of thought in the Wexford Arts Centre
A series of fortunate events brought the Dubliner to the Manhattan project
Keen amateur photographer Brian Tansey knew he had something special when he uploaded his photo of an otter on the Dodder
The celebrated artist died ‘peacefully in hospital in London’, according to reports
The things we are drawn to acquire reflect and express our personalities and more: our ideas about ourselves, our aspirations and perhaps our limitations and delusions
In advance of International Women’s Day, artists offer illustrated responses to the Eighth Amendment
The civil-rights protest song found a new home in Derry, and now the city's new Museum of Free Derry is forging a fresh link with the home of the civil-rights movement in the US
The artist asks probing questions about everything from the Burren interpretive centre to the Belfast Titanic Experience
Fifty years after it opened in Trinity, the building is well loved, but not without critics
Gerard Smyth and Seán McSweeney’s ‘The Yellow River’ explores their links to county
Phillip Allen’s doodles grow into densely packed impastos with a curious gravity
Women have traditionally fared poorly in the profession – but are things changing?
Author David Sax reckons analogue objects can give you back time because of the keep-it-simple-stupid method
The winning photo capturing the murder of Russian ambassador on camera raises questions about sensationalism and giving publicity to terrorism
Ronan McCrea found a a set of BBC instructional films for mechanical engineering students and from them made something entirely new and full of ideas
‘Emotional Archaeology’ is rooted in domestic life, but quietly unsettling
The National Gallery’s heavyweight exhibition collects 40 masterpieces by Caravaggio and those he influenced
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