By Alexandra Day. Babies aren’t inherently unpleasant looking beings. Sure, some might look a little wrinkly or bruised at first, but overall these little people are not known for their […]
Eleanor Hughes reviews The Ruins of Dublin, 1916 – A Photographic Record by Thomas Johnson Westropp.
Ciara Kummert explores the influence behind Robert Ballagh’s pop-art painting, The Third of May After Goya at the Hugh Lane Gallery.
Ciara Kummert explores the National Gallery of Ireland’s little-known gem, the Friends Room.
Liz Stewart explores Sandycove’s 19th century martello tower – home to the James Joyce Museum.
The Wiener Werkstätte was founded in Vienna in 1903 by architect Josef Hoffman and artist Koloman Moser. An association of design workshops, it is comparable to the British Arts and […]
Harry Clarke, Geneva Window (detail) (1926) Historically, stained glass is associated with religious art, most famously with Chartres Cathedral. The light illuminating these church windows would have been related to […]
The National Gallery of Ireland is currently hosting the exhibition Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art to mark their 150th anniversary. Fifty-six Irish writers have written essays, stories […]
Artworks are a familiar sight around the campus of Trinity College Dublin, and they are part of a collection over 300 years in the making. Paintings are first recorded coming […]
“History has remembered the kings and warriors, because they destroyed. Art has remembered the people, because they created” – William Morris The history section of The Bridge aims to explore […]