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Did you know that Nolde exhibition posters are on sale in the shop for €5? And did you know that they are also for sale in vibrant frames ready to hang straight on your wall! Straight on your wall, I kid you not.
Drop by and see if you are tempted to add a drop of colour to your life, or just to your wall!
We've a selection of poster-frame combinations, all in bold colours, all €70. The bright shop spotlights meant we couldn't take head-on photos of the frames, so here are some art-house diagonal shots.
Impressed? I doubt it. Please take our word for it that these framed posters are really very beautiful.
If you would like to learn more about Emil Nolde's life & work then do check out the exhibition catalogue: https://shop.nationalgallery.ie/nolde-ngi-2018-cat/books
Name. That. Painting.
Last week we asked you to name the painting that the Poolbeg Chimneys took a shining to in the photograph below.
The answer, as many of you guessed correctly, was William Leech's A Convent Garden, Brittany.
And the lucky winner of the Jando print & Clover Rua tea towel is...
Commiserations to everyone else who entered, be sure to keep an eye on our weekly blog for future competitions!
Book of the Week #8
This week's book of the week is Ireland's Seashore: A Field Guide. Released just this week, it's a comprehensive guide to the plant and animal life along our coastline, written by passionate marine biologists, Lucy Taylor and Emma Nickelsen. With beautiful imagery and a straightforward identification system this book will most definitely inspire an enlightened day at seaside.
Each week you'll find a new book of the week beside the till, alongside the previous week's title, both of which will be on sale with 10% off for their fortnight in the spotlight.
Last week's title was A History of Ireland in 100 Objects by Fintan O'Toole
See you next week!