Ministers pleased by emergence of ‘white knights’ willing to buy Russborough paintings
Project’s big summer show is an unwieldy but thought-provoking display
Britain’s richest man Leonard Blavatnik buys Beit painting in private Christie’s deal
The graffiti and strange ‘pichação’ of his adopted city were the natural inspirations for James Concagh’s giant train-station mural
Heather Humphreys says she cannot stop auction of paintings from Beit collection
Board: ‘The challenges in funding a house such as Russborough are immense’
Heather Humphreys asked trust to reconsider auction of paintings from collection
Paintings sell at low end of expectations at auction in London
Rubens’s The Monk was apparently rejected for auction and is returning to Ireland
Viewing Colin Davidson’s paintings of 18 people who suffered during the Troubles has a disturbing effect: it feels like intruding on private grief
An Taisce calls for political intervention while Minister says she was not consulted
Christie’s auctioneers will sell paintings by John Atkinson Grimshaw in London
Cuts in heritage sector grants are leading to the sale of valuable Beit collection works
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
Russborough obtained export licence for ‘Portrait of a Monk’ and two more Rubens
Alfred Beit Foundation’s licence covers 10 paintings including three worth over £1m
NCAD’s troubles spilled into its degree show, although there was work of note there and at DIT and IADT
Dancer is offering 25 pictures for sale as part of new Firedance exhibition in London
From The Irish Times Book of the Year to Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, you'll find books for all tastes and ages.
Invalid email or password.