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The Myth of Medusa

The Myth of Medusa

Sonia Shiel turns painting on its head, writes Catherine Marshall, and her exhibition invites reflective pauses, moments to question what you have just seen


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Free  spirit

Free spirit

Kathryn Milligan finds that the tension between Patrick Leonard’s representational art and its contrast with high Modernism is peppered throughout the critical response to his work


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Island life

Island life

Gráinne Coughlan examines the work of Bere Island artist Mary K Sullivan


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Out of exile

Out of exile

John P O’Sullivan meets with John Kindness ahead of his exhibition ‘Odyssey’, at the Royal Hibernian Academy


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Silent matter

Silent matter

Aidan Dunne considers the work of four artists, whose paintings are on view in the atmospheric space of Rathfarnham Castle


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Noble studies

Noble studies

Julian Campbell remembers the painter William Osborne, in the bicentenary of his birth


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Full circle

Full circle

Peter Murray explores the life and work of sculptor John Byrne


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Heavenly light

Heavenly light

David Caron meets stained-glass artist Phyllis Burke, who tells him, ‘a sculptor’s medium is stone, wood or metal, a musician’s is sound, a glassblower’s is glass – but a stained-glass artist’s medium is light, and glass is their tool’


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A Sense of Home

A Sense of Home

Ahead of Gordon Hogan’s first exhibition in Ireland, Mike Fitzpatrick visits the artist at his home in Tipperary


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Mapping the Magdalene

Mapping the Magdalene


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Natural Wonders

Natural Wonders


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Rethinking Painting

Rethinking Painting


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An Irishman in Italy

An Irishman in Italy


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Chronicler of the city

Chronicler of the city


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Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass


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The Birth of Modernism in Irish Art

The Birth of Modernism in Irish Art


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The Pursuit of Light

The Pursuit of Light


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Reflected Distortions

Reflected Distortions


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Celebratory Pop

Celebratory Pop


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A painter’s painter

A painter’s painter


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The Master’s Hand

The Master’s Hand


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Points of departure

Points of departure


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Reflections on space

Reflections on space


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In search of Arcadia

In search of Arcadia


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A versatile original

A versatile original


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Portraits of an activist

Portraits of an activist


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O’Malley at Venice

O’Malley at Venice


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Internet state of mind

Internet state of mind


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Leaning towards landscape

Leaning towards landscape

Anne Hodge examines a series of drawings of scenes in Dublin and Wicklow, made by the writer and artist Edward Lear in 1835


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Tipperary Rembrandt

Tipperary Rembrandt

Philip McEvansoneya follows the trail of a painting of Rembrandt’s wife, Saskia, from the shadow of the Galtee Mountains through Hermann Göring’s art collection, to Saskia’s hometown in the Netherlands


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About time

About time

Ahead of her exhibitions in Ireland and Italy, Grace Weir speaks with Rachel Thomas


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Gale country

Gale country

John P O’Sullivan visits painter Martin Gale at his home and studio in County Kildare


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On the edge

On the edge

Pascal Ungerer’s peripheral landscapes evoke a sense of silence and isolation , writes Margarita Cappock


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Fragile armour

Fragile armour

Aoife Ruane looks at artist Niamh McGuinne’s work, on show at the Highlanes Gallery

 


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Puck and wren

Puck and wren

Stephanie McBride finds that Andrew Nuding’s photobook Hunt the Wren mixes tradition and modernity, revitalising ways of belonging in place and history


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Cycles

Cycles

Cristín Leach visits Joanna Hopkins’ recent exhibition, which presents as a deeply personal engagement with communal, multigenerational wisdom


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Nature and nurture

Nature and nurture

Shevaun Doherty tells John P O’Sullivan that a trip to Kew Gardens in London with her aunt decided her vocation


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Corrigan’s kingdom

Corrigan’s kingdom

Lorna Corrigan’s paintings are simultaneously riotous, explosive and exuberant, writes Catherine Marshall


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Jettisoning memories

Jettisoning memories


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Eva Rothschild at the Venice Biennale

Eva Rothschild at the Venice Biennale


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Edwin Hayes (1819-1904)

Edwin Hayes (1819-1904)


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Portrait of a patron

Portrait of a patron


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Celtic myths in the 21st Century

Celtic myths in the 21st Century


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The inaccesible land

The inaccesible land


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What’s with the Apocalypse?

What’s with the Apocalypse?


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From glimpse to panorama

From glimpse to panorama


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Old masters and new romantics

Old masters and new romantics


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Good Morning Mr Turner

Good Morning Mr Turner


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The Chaos of Creation

The Chaos of Creation


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Conflicting Histories

Conflicting Histories


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Oben’s Scenic Tour

Oben’s Scenic Tour


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Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass


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Harmonious Variations

Harmonious Variations


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Regarding Patrick Hennessy

Regarding Patrick Hennessy


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Alfred Elmore behind the scenes

Alfred Elmore behind the scenes


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Living proof ‘I guess I’m a little tired of being typecast’

Living proof ‘I guess I’m a little tired of being typecast’

Painter and master printmaker Stephen Lawlor talks to Brian McAvera about the nuance of approach required for each medium, ahead of his solo show at Oliver Sears Gallery this winter


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Civic disturbance

Civic disturbance

Mic Moroney navigates Stephen Brandes’ satirical visual diary featuring in ‘Phoenix Rising’ at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane


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The Master of Bilbao

The Master of Bilbao


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Silhouettes and keepsakes

Silhouettes and keepsakes


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A vision of tragedy

A vision of tragedy


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LIVING LARGE AT CHATSWORTH

LIVING LARGE AT CHATSWORTH


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Painting as experience

Painting as experience


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New models of collaboration

New models of collaboration


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Ich bin ein Berliner

Ich bin ein Berliner


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Comrades and friends

Comrades and friends


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Enlightenment and Legacy

Enlightenment and Legacy


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The god of small things

The god of small things


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From ally to outsider

From ally to outsider


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Victorian enchantment

Victorian enchantment


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Alter-egos and anti-heroes

Alter-egos and anti-heroes


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Henry Allan’s Dutch interior

Henry Allan’s Dutch interior


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Cleary & Connolly sans frontières

Cleary & Connolly sans frontières


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Cheating the fell destroyer

Cheating the fell destroyer


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Separating Mahony and Mahoney

Separating Mahony and Mahoney


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Torch-bearers and trailblazers

Torch-bearers and trailblazers


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Frank O’Meara’s Muse

Frank O’Meara’s Muse


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The miniature art of Frederick Buck

The miniature art of Frederick Buck


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√ìmos do Máire Mhaith

√ìmos do Máire Mhaith


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Bourke’s dramatis personae

Bourke’s dramatis personae


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A fresh look at Charles Jervas

A fresh look at Charles Jervas


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A swan song for Edward Sheil

A swan song for Edward Sheil


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Children of the Revolution

Children of the Revolution


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Defender of the Faith

Defender of the Faith


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Unearthing the Past

Unearthing the Past


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