Museum in Dublin emphasising both Irish and international art from the 1940's to the present. Rotating displays of permanent collection. Site includes information on museum programs in education and outreach.
A site devoted to contemporary Irish art and artists. Provides many links to individual artists' sites, as well as links to Irish art galleries, auction houses, and craft shops both North and South.
A portal which links to sites maintained by Irish artists, Irish art galleries and auction houses.
A collection of 12 broadsheets published by Elkin Mathews (London) in 1902, illustrated by Jack B Yeats and Pamela Colman Smith, with accompanying texts by various authors, including Jack Yeats's brother, WB Yeats.
Commercial gallery in Dublin showcasing both Irish and international contemporary art since 1988. Rotating exhibitions. Site has biographical information and sample images for artists such as Felim Egan, Callum Innes, Sean Scully and others, plus information on the current show.
The Model Arts and Niland Gallery is a centre for the arts in Sligo, hosting work from all over the world. Built in 1842 as a Model School, the present building was completely refurbished, extended and reopened in 2001. The building also serves as a space for music recitals, readings and films. The website includes information about the permanent collection, special exhibitions, and current events
National collection of Ireland housed in Dublin. Free admission. Collection includes works from the fourteenth-century to the present. Representative works from all major European painting schools. Irish art by Jack B. Yeats and others. Site contains information on the collection and gallery events and special exhibits, plus membership information and on-line shopping. General information on researching in gallery library.
The National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), established in 1997, provides a range of online and in-house resources which seeks to document 20th century and contemporary Irish art and design. The website contains general information about the Library'scollection, as well as an Artists' Database of 20th century and contemporary Irish artists from throughout the 32 counties. The database contains in excess of 3500 individual artists' records and is updated weekly.
Including Editor's Notes and a list of contents for each issue this site provides general information relating to this multidisciplinary journal of Irish Studies published by the Center for Irish Studies, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota, USA.
Information on and virtual exhibition of the works of artist John Spinks, from County Clare.
Commercial Dublin gallery specialising in artist-produced prints. Features both Irish and international art. Site contains thumbnail images of pictures in gallery collection and purchasing information.
Interdisciplinary centre for theatre, film and the visual arts in Dublin. Site contains information on current shows and other events. Descriptions of artistic publications from Project Press. Avant-garde online work from Daniel Jewesbury, Maurice O'Connell and others.
Founded in 1731 to advance the arts, sciences, agriculture and industry in Ireland. Information on organization activities, including calendar listing. Booking information for and listing of events at the International Convention and Exhibition Center in Ballsbridge. Membership information, including benefits and application materials.
The home page for the society which represents 400 sculptors, manages open competitions for major art commissions and organises sculpture symposia, conferences and exhibitions.
Commercial Dublin gallery established in 1981 that focuses on contemporary Irish and international painting and sculpture, particularly the work of artists of figurative styles. Rotating exhibitions, mostly solo shows of selected artists. Site contains information on current and future exhibits, as well as brief biographical descriptions and sample images from gallery artists such as Martin Mooney, Rowan Gillespie, Brian Ballard and others. Gallery also handles fine Irish period paintings by the likes of Jack B. Yeats and Roderic O'Conor.
A magazine for contemporary photography in Britain and Ireland. Includes information of contemporary British and Irish artists, interviews, and exhibition reviews. The online index, which includes links to most of the issues' contents, goes back to volume one, published in 1992
Site under construction. Gallery focuses on contemporary art. Site contains information on current exhibition.
When Time Began to Rant and Rage, mounted by the University of California's Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, takes its title from WB Yeats. This online exhibition accompanied the physical exhibition, which explored the relationship between painting, politics, and identity in the art of twentieth-century Ireland.