Baggot Lane

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Laurence Campbell with a bust that was the last work he submitted to the Royal Hibernian Academy annual exhibition. If Frank Beatty, a barrister, was indeed the sitter, then why had a portrait been commissioned? Photograph: Courtesy of RHA

In May 1955, sculptor Laurence Campbell showed a bust titled Frank Beatty, Esq, at the annual exhibition of the Royal Hibernian Academy. It was not fo(...)

Number 68 Pembroke Road in Ballsbridge is a three-storey over garden level period office building

A Georgian office investment in the heart of Dublin 4’s embassy belt is new to the market this week at €1.6 million though agent Hooke & MacDonald(...)

Ruthie Ashenhurst, artist at home in Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Born in Dublin, Ruthie Ashenhurst is a figurative and landscape artist. Having originally trained in fashion at the Grafton Academy in the 1970s, she (...)

Designed by Steven Byrne Architects in 1994, some might remember 42 Baggot Lane as the long-time location of Tyrell’s grocery, which closed in the late 1960s

City-dwellers will love this house. So will downsizers in search of a peaceful garden. Number 42 Baggot Lane has appeal for many but, primarily, its l(...)