By Aoife O’Donoghue The work of Kristjana S. Williams, a fine art illustrator, is a unique affair. A combination of hand-drawing and collage work, she has used a quote from […]
By Muireann Walsh One of my favourite ways to immerse myself in a new and unfamiliar city is by delving into its artistic side. Art and architecture reveal the […]
Bella White reviews Sir Hugh Lane (1875-1915): A Centenary Perspective on until 17th January 2016 at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Bella White looks at the National Gallery’s exhibition Goya: The Portraits and traces the history of Spain’s ‘Enlightened Painter’.
How closely do you really look at a painting when you visit the gallery? What is an original work of art? Would you know a replica if you saw one? […]
“Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light” – Le Corbusier (1923) […]
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 […]