Bram Stoker will be smiling down on the Dublin Painting and Sketching Club’s 138th exhibition – the 1916 Centenary theme is 100 years of Irish literature. In 1874, he was one of the founding members who decided it was high time Dublin had a club to “to bring together artists”, since when illustrious past members have ranged from Nathaniel Hone and Walter Osborne to James McNeill Whistler, whose most famous work, Portrait of the Artist’s...
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