The Irish painter takes his place among the Post-Impressionists in the first major survey of his work in many years
The 90-year-old polymath’s artistic output is being celebrated in his native Ireland
What did the Pre-Raphaelite painters see when they looked at the Old Masters – and how did they use what they saw?
A small exhibition of Margaret Clarke’s work proves that the best shows aren’t always the blockbusters
The 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin was in part a rebellion of artists – and Dublin museums and galleries are making that clear this year
Today’s fragile United Kingdom and Europe are thrown into relief at the British Museum