Podcasts

  1. 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.
  2. Gerry Davis (b.1985), 'Portrait of Henry Shefflin', 2017.  © Gerry Davis. Photo © National Gallery of Ireland

    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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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'.
  5. Grand Gallery after refurbishment

    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'.
  6. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: Subversion, audacity and invention. Caravaggio with a French twist, with Dr Annick Lemon

    With Dr Annick Lemoine, University of Rennes. Recorded in association with the exhibition 'Beyond Caravaggio' on 9 March 2017.
  7. Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), 'A Ship against the Mewstone, at the Entrance to Plymouth Sound', c.1814. © National Gallery of Ireland.

    Live recording: Regency life through Turner's eyes, with Adrian Le Harivel

    'Regency life through Turner's eyes', with Adrian Le Harivel, Curator of British Art, National Gallery of Ireland. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 11 January 2015.
  8. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), 'The Taking of Christ', 1602. © National Gallery of Ireland

    Live recording: Dr Helen Langdon on the Rome Caravaggisti.

    Dr Helen Langdon, art historian, author, and curator speaks about Caravaggio's influence and followers in Rome. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 2 March 2017.
  9. William Henry Bartlett (1858-1932), 'The Last Brief Voyage: A Connemara Funeral', 1887.

    Live recording: Brendan Rooney introducing 'Creating History'

    Curator Dr Brendan Rooney introduces the exhibition 'Creating History: Stories of Ireland in Art'. Recorded in the National Gallery of Ireland on 13 October 2016.