The old stereotype of the midlands as an expanse of bogs, lakes, eskers and drumlins bordered by the Shannon and Slieve Blooms is being challenged by artists. Welcome to life in the middle
Kipling was one of the earlier fans of this enamel technique, and the story of its rise mirrors that of Victorian explorers
The golden age of this ancient enamelling technique is given an exceptional showcase
The Irish Air Corps enjoy some of the best views in Ireland. The force’s photographic unit, 105 Squadron, captured these images in the course of their work
The Castledermot woodturner’s exhibition A Journey shows his – and the form’s – evolution from craft to expression of ideas
Far from being a corporate bauble, the AIB Art Collection, featuring Sir John Lavery, Jack B Yeats and Roderic O’Conor among others, is an exceptional showcase of 20th-century Irish work
Volcanos, Arctic landscapes and prehistoric bones provide Siobhán McDonald with the raw materials for her art, inspired by science and the natural world
At 81, the British artist is gaining recognition by avoiding artifice and artiness
A new exhibition in the US celebrates Irish art of the ‘long’ 18th century – and shows how much of our heritage has been lost to the country
Featuring Tomi Ungerer, Forsman & Bodenfors, Snask, Niels Shoe Meulman, Veronica Ditting and Ian Anderson of the Designers Republic, last weekend’s creative convention in Dublin hosted designers and innovators from around the world. There was a lot to absorb
Naked woman artwork rejected by Irish government in 1930
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