Blaise Smith

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Blaise Smith, My Parents, Allen and Elizabeth Smith, 2018

Work by all 25 artists shortlisted for the Zurich Portrait Prize will go on view in the Portrait Gallery of the National Gallery of Ireland from Satur(...)

Diamond and onyx-set art deco-style ring, with an 8ct diamond about 13mm in diameter, sold to an overseas buyer for €73,900 at Weldons

Auction results Sunday (April 15th) Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. “At Home” antiques auction. 70 per cent of lots sold. Lot 141, a pair of(...)

‘Free Travel’ by Martin Gale

Auctioneers de Veres of Kildare Street, Dublin, whose “Irish Art Auction” takes place on Tuesday (April 17th) believe – a mix of hope and expectation (...)

Two months on the coast oil on canvas, by Una Sealy

RHA 187th Annual Exhibition, RHA Gallagher Gallery, Ely Place, Dublin Until August 12th. rhagallery.ie Submitting work for the RHA’s Annual Exhibit(...)

Dr Phyllis Clinch (1901-1984) developed virus-free potatoes and was  the first woman to receive the Boyle Medal in 1961

Ever felt tired of putting up with something that just feels plain wrong? Noticing that the august halls of the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) were hung (...)

Sue Rynhart: “It’s  important to get the opportunity to talk to other musicians from other countries”

It’s a quarter of a century since the Improvised Music Company (IMC) first began to operate in the jazz and world music fields. Current director Kenn(...)

Colour consultant Orla Kelly outside her Kilkenny farmhouse which is painted “Orla” blue, a colour she created for Colourtrend. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Orla Kelly is a designer and a colour specialist who works with a number of organisations and brands including the Irish paint company Colourtrend. T(...)

The RIA and Accenture are looking to increase the number of portraits of women by commissioning portraits of female scientists. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

If you are in an office now, have a look around to see what are on the walls. If it is the kind of workplace or institution that displays paintings or(...)

‘The Quay Worker’s Home’ by Jack B Yeats, first shown in public in 1927, is estimated at €60,000-€80,000

Anyone attending the election count at the RDS in Dublin today and in need of a break from proceedings could pop next door (via the Anglesea Road entr(...)

Click here to try the interactive iMag version With the current trends of greys and neutrals, interiors can appear as though decorated from th(...)

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