Irish Arts Review
First published in 1984, the Irish Arts Review is one of Ireland's top quarterly arts journals. It is beautifully illustrated 150-page magazine, which reviews fine art painting, crafts, sculpture, ceramics, tapestry, photography and architecture.
Available on subscription, from numerous Irish art galleries, museums and bookshops, for €56 per year (2010), it has an ABC certified circulation of 11,439, including art collectors, investors, architects, designers, gallery owners, Irish art organizations, and others. Subscribers receive 4 magazines a year, plus benefits as follows:
A free copy of the Annual Price Guide to Irish Art - an 80-page, fully illustrated guide to the Irish art market, featuring comprehensive details of all Irish painting and Irish sculpture sold at auction.
Special discounts regarding RDS shows such as the Irish International Antiques & Contemporary Art Fair, the Interior Design & Art Fair and the Dublin Antiques & Contemporary Art Fair.
10 percent discount off purchases of fine art and prints at galleries around the country, including the bookshop at the National Gallery of Ireland, the bookshops at all four sites of the National Museum of Ireland, the National Library of Ireland Bookshop, the Chester Beatty Library Bookshop and at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Bookshop. In addition, there are subscriber discounts to theatres, bookshops and hotels.
The Irish Arts Review website features
an index of articles published in previous issues, dating back to 1984.
These articles are not reproduced but are available for purchase via back-issues.
Articles covered included: Antiques, art sales, ceramics, stained glass,
jewellery, museums and collections, prints/drawings, tapestry
art and education.
Selection of Artists Featured in Irish Arts Review (1984-2010)
Among its many articles, the journal has published articles on the following Irish artists:
More Information About Irish Arts Review
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Irish Arts Review
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