New research on Irish art history and cultural heritage published in the Irish Arts Review.

Strange bedfellows

New from the Autumn 2017 edition. To the Irish in America, the irony of using funds from a Fenian club to buy a set of Malton views depicting Georgian Dublin was not apparent, writes Christian Dupont Read More

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Et in Arcadia Ego

From the Winter 2016 edition: Kevin V Mulligan salutes the restoration of two exceptional architectural monuments in County Monaghan that embody a moral message about the transience of life.
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Foreign service

From the Autumn 2015 edition: Peter Murray gives the background to George Chinnery’s masterpiece, a portrait of the Kirkpatrick children, unhappy pawns in the politics of colonial India. Read More

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Celtic renaissance

From the Spring 2016 edition: Proving that good design is timeless, Virginia Teehan presents a selection of rare artefacts travelling to Boston College, celebrating Irish design from the Arts and Crafts Movement. Read More

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