Thu, 09 Jul, 2020
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Sat, 29 Feb, 2020
As the painting by Sean Keating is released as a stamp, Ellie O’Byrne tells the incredible tale behind the classic image from the War of Independence
Mon, 24 Feb, 2020
Last Thursday night, I started getting picture messages from friends which showed a message from Paschal Donohoe, the Dublin Central TD and finance minister.
Fri, 07 Feb, 2020
Des O’Sullivan urges you to catch Yeats and Freud’s IMMA show.
Sat, 04 Jan, 2020
An auction that will turn a global spotlight on Ireland is one to look out for this year, says Des O’Sullivan.
Des O’Sullivan reports on stellar prices and previews upcoming sales
Sat, 30 Nov, 2019
Des O’Sullivan gives a preview of the Irish selection on offer at two sales in Dublin
Sat, 19 Oct, 2019
A major sale of Irish and international art will take place in the RDS on Monday, writes Des O’Sullivan
Sat, 14 Sep, 2019
Stradivarius successfully defended his Gold Cup crown to provide Frankie Dettori with a remarkable fourth successive victory on day three of Royal Ascot.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2019
Few people outside racing fully realise Aidan O’Brien is Ireland’s greatest living sportsman and that Royal Ascot is his playground.
Tue, 18 Jun, 2019
From Father’s Day gifts to fancy breakfast trays, Esther N McCarthy rummages through the best of this week’s offerings
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
The summer has begun well for sellers, reports Des O’Sullivan
Thu, 30 May, 2019
IF you happen to be contemplating a global circumnavigation by yacht, there are not many better places to consider the fascinating journey than Foynes Island, Co Limerick.
Mon, 27 May, 2019
Des O’Sullivan previews Whyte’s sale which features a number of leading names from the Irish art world
Thu, 23 May, 2019
Many of our planet’s life support systems are on the brink of failing and without them life on Earth may be, at best, bleak, at worst, unsustainable.
Mon, 20 May, 2019
There is something strange about 2018. I think that Yeats had the solution to its understanding. What
Fri, 14 Dec, 2018
Des O’Sullivan previews major sales of classic and modern art in London and Dublin.
Sat, 17 Nov, 2018
Aidan O’Brien is triple-handed as he bids to extend his tremendous record in the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial at Leopardstown tomorrow.
Sat, 12 May, 2018
St Stephen’s Green is a beautiful place any time of the year but spring is particularly magical.
Thu, 08 Mar, 2018
The lives and loves of the Yeats family will be illuminated in letters, works of art and personal effects to be sold at Sotheby’s in London on September 27.
Sat, 19 Aug, 2017
It has been far more difficult for my generation to get on the property ladder, we have no hope of having a pension like those of the baby boomers, writes Daniel McConnell
Ireland’s reputation as a haven for writers is often seen to rest on past glories, like the works of Joyce, Yeats, Beckett, O’Casey and all the other greats of the 20th century.
Thu, 20 Jul, 2017
Sat, 17 Jun, 2017
Don't worry, we've kept them short, we're not expecting essays.
Thu, 01 Jun, 2017
Michel Déon, novelist and member of the Académie francaise lived in Co Galway for the last 50 years of his life, and died last December, aged 97.
Sat, 27 May, 2017
In his celebrated poem, “September 1913,” William Butler Yeats condemns the ruthless manner in which workers were locked out by their employers, giving rise to a winter of poverty and deprivation.
Wed, 19 Apr, 2017
Looking for an alternative to Easter eggs? Mary Arrigan selects 10 volumes for children to feast their eyes on.
Fri, 14 Apr, 2017
Sat, 01 Apr, 2017
Antique Cork furniture, GAA memorabilia and a range of artwork are on sale, writes Des O’Sullivan.
Sat, 18 Mar, 2017
Sat, 25 Feb, 2017
Reclaimed by Irishmen such as Yeats, from the canon of English Literature, Jonathan Swift has become an icon of Irishness, writes Josephine Fenton. Though he insisted he was English, he felt compelled to rebel.
Sat, 18 Feb, 2017
Des O’Sullivan previews an Irish and international art auction with an embarrassment of riches.
Des Breen looks at a landmark book which not only shines a light on the creativity of Irish artists and writers, but also on the philistinism of the nation.
Sat, 11 Feb, 2017
Sat, 04 Feb, 2017
Let’s hope the coming year brings better tidings than those received from the one we’re leaving. Twas a year to remember and a year to forget.
Sat, 31 Dec, 2016
Michael Kerr samples the sights, sounds and tastes of Ireland’s first luxury rail tour on the Belmond Grand Hibernian - formerly known as the Orient Express - in Dublin.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2016
The winter selling season for Irish art continues apace next week with major sales by Morgan O’Driscoll at the RHA Gallery in Dublin next Monday at 6pm and by James Adam on Wednesday at 6pm.
Sat, 03 Dec, 2016
THE love affair between Leonard Cohen and Ireland blossomed late but endured until the end, writes Ed Power
Sat, 12 Nov, 2016
AT FIRST glance, no attorney would have been a better choice to defend James Joyce’s masterpiece, Ulysses, from the charge of obscenity in 1921 than Irish-American John Quinn.
Sat, 29 Oct, 2016
Des O’Sullivan on an Invaluable service to art lovers and buyers.
Sat, 22 Oct, 2016
Sat, 15 Oct, 2016
Fri, 14 Oct, 2016
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