Events   from   Monday 06 July 2015

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Detail from Camille Pissarro (1830–1903), Chrysanthemums in a Chinese Vase, 1873Aug 18 201515:0015:30

Free Talk: Impressionism at the NGI
Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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Detail from Eva Gonzalès (1849–1883), Children Playing on Sand Dunes, Grandcamp, 1877–78Aug 19 201513:0013:30

Free Talk: Depictions of childhood in the NGI collection
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Dutch PaintingAug 20 201513:0013:30

Free Talk: The Dutch Golden Age
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Detail from James Arthur O'Connor (1792-1841), The Mill, Ballinrobe, c.1818Aug 20 201515:0015:30

Free Talk: Depictions of the West of Ireland
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Jack B. Yeats, 'The Liffey Swim', 1923Aug 21 201513:0013:30

Free Talk: The Art of Jack B. Yeats
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Italian PaintingsAug 22 201515:0015:30

Free Talk: Caravaggio and his followers
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Irish Institution sign 1850-1860Aug 24 201513:0013:30

Heritage Week Talk: NGI Archives
'Industry to National Art: The foundation of the National Gallery from the archives' with Leah Benson, NGI Archivist. Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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NGI conservator working on 'The Battle of the Boyne' (NGI.988).Aug 25 201513:0013:30

Heritage Week Talk: NGI Conservation Studio
'Behind the Scenes- A glimpse of the NGI conservation studio', with Maria Canavan, painting conservator, NGI. Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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Harry ClarkeAug 25 201515:0015:30

Free Talk: Harry Clarke in the NGI
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Walter Strickland in the NGI Milltown RoomsAug 26 201513:0013:30

Heritage Week Talk: From Crimson to Contemporary
'From Crimson to Contemporary: changes in décor for the National Collection', with Adrian Le Harivel, curator, NGI. Free public lecture. No booking necessary.
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