Go ahead and scream (for joy). If you happen to be in Dublin between now and Dec. 6, the National Gallery of Ireland has a handsome little show of 40 Edvard Munch woodcuts, lithographs, etchings, and drypoint prints. While you’re there, take a stroll through the 54 galleries of Irish, British and European art, making sure not to miss the museum’s key works of Caravaggio, Vermeer, Velazquez, Monet, and — the treat that surprised us — the painterly landscapes of Irish artist, Paul Henry. Admission to the museum is free, though it’s 5 euro (about $7.30) to see the Munch prints.
Posted by Necee Regis, Globe correspondent