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In addition, Irish craftsmen developed a flourishing metal industry, fashioning a variety of gold, bronze and copper objects.

This era also witnessed a significant growth in trade between Ireland and Britain, as well as Northern Europe including Germany and the Nordic countries.

This High Cross sculpture represents Ireland's major sculptural contribution to the history of art.

See also: History of Illuminated Manuscripts (600-1200).The fourth great achievement of Irish art was religious stonework.During the period 750-1150, Irish sculptors working within monasteries created a series of Celtic High Cross Sculptures which constitute the most significant body of free-standing sculpture produced between the collapse of the Roman Empire (c.450) and the beginning of the Italian Renaissance (c.1450).• Newgrange (3300 BCE) • Celtic Metalwork and Stone Sculpture (400 BCE - 800 CE) • Illuminated Manuscripts (c.650-1000) • High Cross Sculpture (c.750-1150) • Painting: The Rebirth of Irish Art (1650-1830) • Irish Artists Emigrate (c.1830-1900) • The Growth of Indigenous Art (c.1900-40) • Formation of the Irish Exhibition of Living Art (1943) • Modern Irish Art (1943-present) • 21st Century Irish Art Untouched by the wave of Upper Paleolithic cave painting, sculpture and carvings which swept Stone Age Europe (40,000-10,000 BCE), Ireland received its first visitors around 6,000 BCE, or slightly earlier.But the actual history of visual arts in Ireland begins with the Neolithic stone carvings discovered at the Newgrange megalithic tomb, part of the Bru na Boinne complex in County Meath.

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