Events   from   Monday 28 July 2014

DateStartEndEventEvent type
Daniel MacliseAug 13 201413:0013:30

Lunchtime Talk 13 August
Maclise's 'An Interview between Charles I and Cromwell', with Iain Wynn Jones. Free public lunchtime talk, no booking necessary.
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Harry ClarkeAug 14 201413:0013:30

Thursday 14 August
'Aspects of Irish Art'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Italian PaintingsAug 14 201415:0015:30

Thursday 14 August
'Highlights of the Gallery's collection'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Jack B. Yeats, 'The Liffey Swim', 1923Aug 15 201413:0013:30

Friday 15 August
'The world of Jack B. Yeats'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Detail showing Vermeer's signature taken from 'Vermeer de Delft' by Gustave Vanzype; Bruxelles : Librairie Nationale d'art et d'histoire, 1908Aug 16 201415:0015:30

Saturday 16 August
'Masterpieces of the European Collection'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Harry ClarkeAug 18 201413:0013:30

Thursday 18 August
'Aspects of Irish Art'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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William John Leech, A Convent Garden in Brittany, c. 1913 (Oil on canvas, 132 x 106cm) © The Artist’s Estate / Photo © National Gallery of Ireland Aug 19 201413:0013:30

Tuesday 19 August
'Early 20th century Irish art'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Italian PaintingsAug 19 201415:0015:30

Tuesday 19 August
'Highlights of the Gallery's collection'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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Detail from Pablo Picasso, 'Stilll Life with a Mandolin', 1924Aug 20 201413:0013:30

Lunchtime Talk 20 August
Picasso's 'Still Life with Mandolin', with Joanne Drum. Free public lunchtime talk, no booking necessary.
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Jack B. Yeats, 'The Liffey Swim', 1923Aug 21 201413:0013:30

Thursday 21 August
'The world of Jack B. Yeats'. Free public talk, no booking necessary.
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