Hide and Seek in the Devil's Garden by Michael Hutter which will be shown by Gallery X

The temporary installation of a work by street artist and illustrator Joe Caslin in the Courtyard gallery at the National Gallery creates a stunning c(...)

Paul Kehoe: ‘These pages also provide a glimpse into every county in the country and we get a real sense of what was happening locally during those tumultuous times.’

The Military Service (1916-1923) Pensions Collection is widely recognised as a unique record of the individuals and organisations who brought about ou(...)

Lea-Wilson's widow, Dr Marie Lea-Wilson, came to prominence when a painting she purchased at an auction in 1924 turned out to be identified in 1990 as Caravaggio's masterpiece.

County: Wexford Incident: Killing of RIC officer Percival Lea-Wilson Date: June 15th, 1920 Fatalities: 1 IRA volunteers in Wexfor(...)

Lights are very often left on needlessly so it makes sense  to install timer switches to make sure they  are turned off outside of working hours

There are many things your business can do to radically reduce energy consumption – and bills. Even small moves like moving to energy efficient LED li(...)

Youth and Age by John Lavery is hung at Whyte’s Irish Art & Collectables Autioneers on Molesworth Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

A painting by the 19th century Belfast-born artist John Lavery has appeared in a Dublin auction house 25 years after it disappeared from a school in L(...)

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida’s (1863-1923)Sewing the Sail (Cucendo la vela) painted in 1896. Source: Photo Archive Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia

Visitors to the National Gallery of Ireland can discover one of Spain’s most popular artists when its latest exhibition Sorolla: Spanish Master of Lig(...)

When Joseph Walsh began working on his new series, using indigenous Irish timber, he ran up against an unexpected problem: Ireland’s smaller sawmills are in decline. Photograph: Andrew Bradley

On a patch of land near Kinsale in rural Co Cork, the ruins of a castle stand, almost impossibly tall. There is really only one wall left, and it’s a (...)

People taking part in the  Dublin Pride Parade last year. Photograph: Tom Honan

Dublin Dublin Pride starts Thursday June 20th and culminates with the main event – the Dublin Pride Parade – which starts at 1pm on Saturday, June 2(...)

Given the pretty miserable weather we have been having of late you could be forgiven for thinking that summer is still a long way off. But it is upon (...)

Castlecomer Discovery Park, in Co Kilkenny. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

GET BACK TO NATURE Dublin City Farm St Anne’s Park, Raheny; free; dublincityfarm.com Dublin County Council’s first urban farm has only been open(...)

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