Podcasts

  1. Scrapbooks in the Centre for Study of Irish Art. © National Gallery of Ireland.
  2. Details of the Millennium Wing. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Live recording: The wider impact of J.M. Synge, Lady Gregory, and Celtic imagery with Dr Elaine Sisson.

    This talk was recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 29 October 2015. Part of a series of talks on the theme of 'The Celtic Revival in Art'.
  3. View of the Grand Gallery, 1930s. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: James Stephens and the Irish Revival, with Professor Declan Kiberd

    Professor Declan Kiberd discusses James Stephens, and in particular his account of the 1916 Rising, 'The Insurrection in Dublin'. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 10 April 2016.
  4. Andrew Graham Dixon

    Live recording: The inspiration of Caravaggio, with Andrew Graham-Dixon

    Andrew Graham-Dixon, art historian and broadcaster, on the work of Caravaggio. In association with the exhibition 'Beyond Caravaggio'. This talk was recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 23 February 2017.
  5. Visitors in front of the Taking of Christ in the exhibition Beyond Caravaggio. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Live recording: An introduction to the riches of 'Beyond Caravaggio'

    Curator Adrian Le Harivel gives a comprehensive overview of the works in the Beyond Caravaggio exhibition. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland Lecture Theatre on Sunday 12 February 2017.
  6. Photo © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: All that was ever writ in brass. The Brian Lalor Collection

    Brian Lalor, printmaker and collector, discusses his collection, which he donated to the National Gallery of Ireland in 2014. This talk was recorded in the National Gallery on 4 September 2016.
  7. Hennessy Portrait Prize

    Live recording: Gerry Davis, Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016 winner

    Gerry Davis, winner of the Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016 discusses his work. This talk was recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 8 January 2017.
  8. Yeats Archive. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: The Yeats family and the Irish Revolution, with Professor Roy F. Foster

    A talk given by Professor Roy F. Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History, University of Oxford. In association with the exhibition 'Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art'. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 17 November 2016.
  9. Jan Wyck (1644-1702), 'The Battle of the Boyne', 1693.

    Live recording: History painting, the depiction of conflict in Irish art, with Dr Ruth Kenny

    Dr Ruth Kenny, freelance art historian and former curator at Tate Britain discusses the depiction of conflict in Irish art. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 20 October 2016, in association with the exhibition 'Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art'.
  10. Francis Fowke (1823-1865), 'Full size detail of the National Gallery tile paving', 1861. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: Painting the crowd: parades, rituals and monster meetings in Irish art (1800-1850), with Dr Mary Jane Boland

    Dr Mary Jane Boland, independent researcher and lecturer, University College Cork. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 3 November 2016, in association with the exhibition 'Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art'.