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It’s All Ireland Final weekend, find out about the inspiration for the Sam Maguire cup……
Derry-based Doherty is arguably the most significant Northern Irish artist of his generation.
This artwork has been selected from Art and Architecture of Ireland Volume V: Twentieth Century.
A series-in-progress that aimed to create an individual cartographic sketch of every capital city in the world.
The Great Wall of Kinsale, 1988.
Pauline Cummins’ mural from 1984 is a response to cultural stereotyping.
Madonna Irlanda by Michael Farrell, 1977
Robert Ballagh, ‘Northern Ireland, The 1,500th Victim’ 1976
Seamus Heaney, 1975
'Da' by Hugh Leonard, 1978