Imogen Stuart

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Ms Deike Potzel pays a farewell courtesy call on President Michael D Higgins and Sabina Higgins.

Germany’s departing ambassador to Ireland is optimistic that the Irish Government will join up to a global deal with a 15 per cent floor on corporatio(...)

An extract from derek scally's New memoir, The Best Catholics in the World, explores Ireland’s self-image of ‘holy victimhood’ On the wall (...)

Pair of George VI art deco candelabra from the Painted Hall at Greenwich €18,000–€20,000 will feature in Hegarty’s’s sale on November 15th

Auction results Lyon and Turnbull UK, October 22nd Lalique set owned by Florence St George, lover of artist William Orpen, achieved £26,250 (£10(...)

Sandycove-based artist Imogen Stuart with a small prototype of the planned standing stone sculpture for Otranto Park.

A charity art auction to raise funds for a monumental sculpture by Imogen Stuart in Sandycove is under way. When the German-Irish sculptor was awarde(...)

Artist Imogen Stuart’s Pangur Bán is the one valuable sculpture not currently on display in UCD, the university has said. File photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Ireland’s publicly-funded universities keep dozens of highly-valued and nationally important artworks away from public view, they admit. But while s(...)

President Michael D Higgins and  Roger Doyle at a ceremony honouring the composer as a Saoi in Aosdána, in recognition of  outstanding achievement in the arts. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Composer Roger Doyle, a member of Aosdána since 1986, has been been awarded the organisation’s highest honour. He was elected a Saoi earlier this year(...)

 President Michael D Higgins with   Roger Doyle at a ceremony marking the composers elevation to  Saoi by  Aosdána, which is in recognition of outstanding achievement in the arts. . Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The composer Roger Doyle was made a Saoi (wise one) of Aosdána at a ceremony on Friday addressed by President Michael D Higgins. Only seven members o(...)

The RHA exhibition featured 416 Irish and international artists. Photograph: Aidan Oliver Photography

Sales dipped at this year’s annual exhibition at the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA), which featured a record number of artists and works of art. The R(...)

Mary Robinson’s snail plates sold for €70

“Let them eat cake”, Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France reputedly said when told her subjects were famished. Yesterday, [Tuesday, November 28t(...)

Is your idea of the perfect piece of garden art something along the lines of a classic bronze sculpture? Or do you prefer the idea of something slight(...)

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