The New York Met is being criticised over a ‘sexually suggestive’ painting of a girl
Long-lost painting shatters world record for any work of art sold at auction
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Memorial unveiled at London coach house on 108th anniversary of Irish artist’s birth
Baby Hannah cllimbs ladders, plays with knives, drives a car. It's for a good reason
Aspiring artists aged 11 to almost 80-years-old take part in Dublin Port project
Patricia Cronin’s installation ‘Shrine for Girls’ and a new film, ‘Leisure with Dignity’, by Anne Maree Barry
It's a vintage year for master’s graduates in fine art, whose work has a contemporary edge
A significant number of graduates show diverse, thoughtful bodies of work that show their knowledge of the history of art
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