New from the Summer 2021 edition. The scarecrow is one of John Shinnors’ most abiding motifs. The painter traces its origin to the unhappy summers he spent as a child on an uncle’s isolated farm in rural Co Clare. Read More
New from the Winter 2020 edition. Walter Osborne was taken from us prematurely – the Dublin artist was in his prime when he caught a chill while gardening and died of pneumonia at the age of 43 Read More
New from the Autumn 2020 edition.
The highlight of Sotheby’s September sale is Louis le Brocquy’s Travelling Woman with Newspaper, which comes from the dispersal of the collection of Michael Smurfit. Read More
New from the Spring 2020 edition. William Crozier is an artist who defies categorisation. He was born in Glasgow to Irish parents and, in the latter part of his life, lived near Ballydehob in West Cork Read More