Jack Yeats and Paul Henry Hunt Museum, Limerick City Until September 30 huntmuseum.com
We can come to see what landscapes look like through the work of our most talented artists. Monet, for example, made it hard to imagine water lilies any other way. Van Gogh did the same for starry nights and cornfields. Now, the Hunt Museum has brought the landscape of Ireland home with a landmark exhibition of the work of two Irish giants, Jack B Yeats and Paul Henry. The pair were contemporaries – they died within a year of one another – but their art outlook couldn’t have been more different. While Henry perfectly captures the misty vistas of the West, Yeats gets gritty with horse races, crowds and mythic figures.