There is a certain cachet with The Burnaby – large period houses arranged on private sites just a stone’s throw from the beach in Greystones Ironical(...)

Illustration: Dearbhla Kelly

On a tour of Ireland, one might easily ask: where are the women? There are statues to a few (we counted just five), a smattering of commemorative plaq(...)

The Burnaby in Greystones is a little bit special. Built around the 1900s, the enclave of Edwardian houses was named for the swashbuckling Col Frederi(...)

‘Queen of the Mountain’, by Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed,  from the Elizabeth Main le Blond collection in the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum, Kansas.

Two Irish women photographers of the late Victorian era whose achievements have largely gone unnoticed are the subject of separate exhibitions in Laoi(...)