Publications Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane houses the foremost public collection of contemporary art in Ireland; the gallery also has a dynamic temporary exhibitions programme often encompassing the permanent collection. http://www.hughlane.ie/education-publication 2017-12-16T05:21:32+00:00 Point Blank Harry Clarke The Eve of St Agnes 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/education-publication/628-harryclarke-eve-of-st-agnes <p><em>Harry Clarke The Eve of St Agnes</em> by Jessica O'Donnell discusses each magnificent panel of this stained glass masterpiece closely relating it to John Keats's poem. ISBN 978-1-901702-42-2. This book is on sale at the Gallery Reception tel. (+353) 01 2225550, or contact Dubray Books, <a href="http://www.dubraybooks.ie">www.dubraybooks.ie</a>.</p> <p><em>Harry Clarke The Eve of St Agnes</em> by Jessica O'Donnell discusses each magnificent panel of this stained glass masterpiece closely relating it to John Keats's poem. ISBN 978-1-901702-42-2. This book is on sale at the Gallery Reception tel. (+353) 01 2225550, or contact Dubray Books, <a href="http://www.dubraybooks.ie">www.dubraybooks.ie</a>.</p> Discover Art 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 2001-12-03T00:00:00+00:00 http://www.hughlane.ie/education-publication/311-discover-art <p>Discover Art at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane written by Jessica O'Donnell explores the Hugh Lane's wonderful collection of modern and contemporary art and includes ideas for art activities contributed by artists who have participated in the Hugh Lane's programmes for children.  To celebrate the gallery's centenary year in 2008 a copy of Discover Art was sent to every primary school in the Republic of Ireland in a programme generously supported by the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism.</p> <p>Discover Art was shortlisted for Children's Book of the Year Award 2008. The Bisto Children's Book of the Year Awards are presented annually in recognition of excellence in writing and illustration. The awards are administered by Children's Books Ireland (CBI) and sponsored by Bisto.</p> <p><em>Discover Art at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane</em> by Jessica O'Donnell is on sale from the gallery bookshop, paper back price €12.99; full colour illustrations, 104 pp. ISBN (Paper back) 1901170226X or (Hard Back) 1901702286. To order your copy please contact the gallery bookshop, tel. 01 8734216 or contact Dubray Books, <a href="http://www.dubraybooks.ie">www.dubraybooks.ie</a>, tel. 01 6775568.<br /><br />'An Irish book about the visual arts for both teachers and children that ranks with books published by the major international galleries such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Tate Gallery in London.' Extract from review published in <em>Inis</em>, Summer 2008, No. 24.</p> <p>Discover Art at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane written by Jessica O'Donnell explores the Hugh Lane's wonderful collection of modern and contemporary art and includes ideas for art activities contributed by artists who have participated in the Hugh Lane's programmes for children.  To celebrate the gallery's centenary year in 2008 a copy of Discover Art was sent to every primary school in the Republic of Ireland in a programme generously supported by the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism.</p> <p>Discover Art was shortlisted for Children's Book of the Year Award 2008. The Bisto Children's Book of the Year Awards are presented annually in recognition of excellence in writing and illustration. The awards are administered by Children's Books Ireland (CBI) and sponsored by Bisto.</p> <p><em>Discover Art at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane</em> by Jessica O'Donnell is on sale from the gallery bookshop, paper back price €12.99; full colour illustrations, 104 pp. ISBN (Paper back) 1901170226X or (Hard Back) 1901702286. To order your copy please contact the gallery bookshop, tel. 01 8734216 or contact Dubray Books, <a href="http://www.dubraybooks.ie">www.dubraybooks.ie</a>, tel. 01 6775568.<br /><br />'An Irish book about the visual arts for both teachers and children that ranks with books published by the major international galleries such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Tate Gallery in London.' Extract from review published in <em>Inis</em>, Summer 2008, No. 24.</p>