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The Arts and Crafts Movement: Making it Irish. Sep 2, 2015 363
Emerald style: Robert O'Byrne assesses a major scholarly endeavour to chronicle Ireland's creative history. O'Byrne, Robert Jan 1, 2015 1029
Nobility and newcomers in Renaissance Ireland: a Folger Shakespeare Library exhibition. Owens, Coilin Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 7037
Contemporary Irish Art at American Irish Historical Society. Armstrong, Alison Sep 22, 2009 795
Land of heart's desire: Brian Burns's extraordinary collection of Irish art tells the story of a nation. At home in Palm Beach, he explains to Susan Moore how it was inspired by his emigre grandfather's pride in his roots. Moore, Susan Interview Sep 1, 2009 1908
Irish glass, silver & ceramics: Ireland's decorative arts have always had a devoted following among collectors but increasingly you need 'the luck of the Irish' to find the best. Andrews, Isabel Sep 1, 2008 1358
Around the galleries: this month the Irish Antique Dealers Fair entices collectors to Dublin. Isabel Andrews picks some highlights of the art and antiques on show in the city. Andrews, Isabel Sep 1, 2007 898
Living in Riverdance? Contemporary art in Ireland. Tipton, Gemma Jan 1, 2007 2721
Irish art: pressure on supply at the top of the booming market for Irish paintings and watercolours is raising the prices of lesser known artists. O'Byrne, Robert Sep 1, 2006 1171
Around the Dublin galleries: from Sir John Lavery to Gerard Byrne, there is a wealth of Irish art on offer in the capital. Woolmer, Susannah Sep 1, 2006 410
Irish furniture 1740-1800: the Knight of Glin, Desmond FitzGerald, recalls how his interest in Irish furniture developed when he was working at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and reviews the slow return to fashion--and appreciation in value--of Irish baroque furniture over the past decade or so. FitzGerald, Desmond Sep 1, 2005 1483
Ireland's collectors: a historical perspective: collecting in Ireland today is often depicted solely as the pursuit by the nouveaux riches of trophy canvases by Jack B. Yeats. Yet, as William Laffan describes in this detailed analysis of contemporary Irish collectors, some remarkable and little-known collections of international significance are being formed, eclipsing even those of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy. Laffan, William Sep 1, 2004 4266
Dennis Oppenheim: Land and Body Art from the 1960s and '70s. Withers, Rachel Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 107
BRIAN MAGUIRE. Leith, Caoimhin Mac Giolla Brief Article Jun 22, 2000 526
Patrick Ireland. McEvilley, Thomas Dec 1, 1993 525

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