Podcasts

  1. Adriaan Waiboer portrait. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), with Adriaan Waiboer

    Part of the Art Studies 2015 series, looking at 'The Art of the High Renaissance and the Baroque'. This talk was recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 26 February 2015.
  2. Historical Photograph of the Grand Gallery, National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: John Montague in conversation with Professor Emeritus Ciarán Benson

    John Montague discusses his childhood, Dublin in the 1940s and 50s, his contemporaries, and more, as well as reading from his work. Recorded at the National Gallery of Ireland on 19 April 2015. In association with Poetry Ireland, and 'Lines of Vision'.
  3. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: Sean Scully in context, with Dr Declan Long

    In association with the exhibition 'Sean Scully at the National Gallery of Ireland', Dr Declan Long, NCAD, discusses the artist and his work. Recorded on 17 May 2015.
  4. Vasari's lives, Art library, National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: The Italian Renaissance with Dr Philip Cottrell

    A brief overview of the Renaissance, with Dr Philip Cottrell, School of Art History & Cultural Policy, UCD. This talk was recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 25 September 2015.
  5. Portrait of Hugh Lane against a green background

    Live recording: Hugh Lane and a gallery of modern art, with Robert O'Byrne

    Robert O'Byrne discussing Hugh Lane and his campaign for a gallery of modern art in Dublin. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland in October 2015.
  6. Title page of a book by W.B. Yeats
  7. A painted portrait of Augusta Gregory.

    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'.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.