Portrait-painter Anthony Palliser on his friendship with Garech Browne, halcyon days at Luggala and his famous Irish subjects
Also: Brendan Early, The Fragmented Mind, Imma Collection and ‘Breadwinner’ drawings
A team of Irish architects in Venice want to make Irish rural towns great again
Award comes with prize of €5,000 and commission worth €10,000
With 600 pieces to fit in, famous names jostle for space with newcomers, but there’s no one at this party you wouldn’t be happy to go home with
Work by Deirdre Burke, Gerry Blake, Hannah Fitz and more
The world knows Corot as a great landscape artist. He kept his figure paintings secret.
The painting eloquently sums up a decisive experience for generations of Irish people
Three exhibitions offer different approaches to landscape
The painting, one of only five nudes ever auctioned, gave Sotheby’s its highest price yet
Stud owner’s painting for auction on Monday has a record presale estimate of $150m
Cosgrove seems drawn to workshops as spaces of industry, reflection and possibility. Out of their jumble emerges coherence
Sarah Walker’s tapestries, Mary Burke’s Laois and Richard Gorman in Mayo
Artists have chance to reimagine work for 55,000 people at Stradbally event
Fillette a la Corbeille Fleurie sells for $115 million at Christie’s art sale
Drawing Dublin, at the National Gallery of Ireland, thoughtfully conveys the essence of the city in terms of place and personality
Thomas Brezing, Clare Gallagher and contemporary art from Germany
The artist’s city-landmark watercolours are centre stage at the National Gallery of Ireland
Three contemporary photographers offer differing perspectives on the midlands
From land of the thousand welcomes to direct provision, an exhibition explores the idea through art
Ocean liners were showcases of style, produced by some of the great artists of the age
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.