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10 Art Galleries In Dublin, Ireland

Art Galleries In Dublin, Ireland
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Once Dublin used to be known as the most handsome Georgian city of the British empire. The glory of that era still remains in every corner in this city of Ireland. The city can be described as a living museum, with its medieval castles, ancient architectures, old streets. Another important feature of this city is the eclectic arts. The Irish creativity reflects in its arts, and Dublin is one of the most important places to showcase the artistic output of the nation. It showcases ancient to modern day contemporary arts in some of the finest galleries of Europe. Check out some of the best art galleries in Dublin, Ireland.

1. Graphic Studio Gallery

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Posted by Graphic Studio Gallery on Monday, 31 December 2018

The Graphic Studio Gallery in Dublin is the leading print gallery of Ireland, with the largest stock of original prints of the country. It is located on the Cope street, at the Temple Bar. This studio is the oldest fine art print gallery of the city, founded in the year 1988. It mainly showcases the contemporary works of the local and International artists. The most important motive of this studio is to educate the public about fine art printmaking along with exhibiting and selling the fine art prints. There is a vibrant exhibition space, which normally holds around 11 different art exhibitions each year, along with many talk shows and printing demonstrations. It also represents over 100 studio members, some of them being very eminent fine art printmakers.

Graphic Studio Gallery

Address: Cope Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Website: Graphic Studio Gallery

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2. Kelly Hood Art Studio

Posted by Kelly Hood Art Studio on Sunday, 25 November 2018

The Kelly Hood Art Studio showcases the work of a single artist, Kelly hood. The artist is one of the very famous painters of the natural world. Her work mainly consists of oils and mixed media and a unique style of photo-realism. The artist sells her work to private collectors and the general public from the studio. Her studio was created in the year 2013, especially for the animal art lovers. This charming gallery is located near the main shopping district of Dublin.

Kelly Hood Art Studio

Address: Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street

Website: Kelly Hood Art Studio

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3. Royal Hibernian Academy

Posted by RHA Gallery on Thursday, 18 October 2018

The Royal Hibernian Academy is one of the art galleries which has a mile-long history associated with it. This gallery was created in the year 1823 by a group of 30 Irish painters. Today, the art gallery is located in a very convenient location, very close to the National Art Gallery and Merrion Square. It is actually a collection of five galleries, among them three galleries are located on the first floor. The Ashford Gallery of the first floor introduces the artists who don’t have commercial representation already. The Dr. Tony Ryan Gallery exhibits the private and public collections, as well as the original collection of Royal Hibernian Academy. Every year from June to August, the annual open submission exhibition of Royal Hibernian Academy takes place. The work of new artists is showcased alongside the work of the established artists, not to mention the work of the members of the academy.

Royal Hibernian Academy

Address: Gallagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place, Dublin- 2

Website: Royal Hibernian Academy

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4. The Jorgensen Gallery

Posted by Jorgensen Gallery on Saturday, 1 September 2018

In the heart of the Dublin city, the Jorgensen Gallery features modern and contemporary art. It is among the leading fine art galleries of the city, showcasing arts of Ireland and the rest of Europe. It also has a collection of European art from the late 19th to mid-20th century. The gallery is located in Molesworth Street, next to Grafton Street, which is the premier shopping street of Dublin. Apart from the contemporary arts, the gallery also has antique furniture from Ireland, England, and France along with antique lamps and vases.

The Jorgensen Gallery

Address: Molesworth Street, Dublin 2

Website: The Jorgensen Gallery

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5. Clyne Gallery

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Posted by Clyne Gallery on Saturday, 16 July 2011

The Clyne Gallery of Dublin supports creative innovation. Apart from the eclectic exhibitions of fine art, design, applied art, craft, it also hosts various shows of light and sound, literature, poetry, dance, and music performances. It promotes distinctive fusion of creative artistic talents, broadcasting some of the best artistic talents of the country. The main aim of the gallery is to bring these works in front of the public and help the artists to gain recognition. This gallery is run by the talented artist Patricia Clyne-Kelly. From its original location of Temple bar, it has recently shifted to Portobello.

Clyne Gallery

Address: 9 Portobello Rd, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, D08 C5R3, Ireland

Website: Clyne Gallery

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6. Douglas Hyde Gallery

Posted by The Douglas Hyde Gallery on Thursday, 8 March 2018

The Douglas Hyde Gallery is based in the historic Trinity College of Dublin. It started its journey in the year 1978, funded by Arts Council and Trinity College. It also claims the honour of being the first publicly funded art gallery of Ireland. It showcases contemporary art. The gallery mainly consists of two exhibition spaces, Gallery 1 and 2. The main exhibition space is Gallery 1 which showcases the work of renowned artists like Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Marlene Dumas, Mona Hatoum, and many more. Gallery 2, opened in the year 2001, mostly showcases the work of contemporary artists.

Douglas Hyde Gallery

Address: Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland

Website: Douglas Hyde Gallery

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7. The Úna Guy Studio

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Posted by Una Guy on Thursday, 20 September 2018

The Úna Guy Studio is the private studio of artist Úna Guy. She is specialised in watercolour, oil painting, and pen & ink. Her recent works showcase wild landscapes telling the stories of mystical Ireland. The studio is located in Temple Bar, on the second floor of an old Georgian building. Interestingly, the visitors can watch Úna Guy working in her studio.

The Úna Guy Studio

Address: Bell 3, 11 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Website: The Úna Guy Studio

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8. Gallery 29


The Gallery 29 exhibits the original vintage poster arts. It features a huge selection of posters from the 1890s to 1990s. These posters are mainly advertisements for cars and motorbikes, bicycles, drinks, cigarettes, fashion, new technology. The owner of the gallery is John Rogers, who keeps updating his collection. The gallery offers all original posters, not any of them are reprint or copies.

Gallery 29

Address: Gallery 29, 29 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Website: Gallery 29

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9. Oriel Gallery

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Posted by The Oriel Gallery Dublin on Monday, 12 November 2018

Oriel Gallery is the firstborn independent gallery of Dublin. It was founded in the year 1968, in an era when Irish art was almost disappearing. The founder was Oliver Nulty, who started to project to promote Irish paintings and sell it too. The gallery is located in a huge Georgian house adjacent to the National Gallery. Over the years, it has been showcasing the works of solo or group artists. It has a permanent collection of Irish landscapes from the 20th century.

Oriel Gallery

Address: 17 Clare Street, Dublín

Website: Oriel Gallery

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10. Duke Street Gallery

Posted by Duke Street Gallery on Thursday, 6 December 2018

Duke Street Gallery promotes Irish painting of different styles & trends. An eclectic collection of young and contemporary painters is exhibited here. The gallery also has a huge online existence where they sell paintings globally. It also hosts a number of important cultural events, like the annual moments of Joyce Festival on Bloomsday.

Duke Street Gallery

Address: 17 Duke Street, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

Website: Duke Street Gallery

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The heaven for art lovers

Royal Hibernian Academy building in Ely Place, Dublin, Ireland
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The city of Dublin has always been a centre for literature music, theatre, and of course, art. Art runs in the veins of the city of Dublin, thus these galleries of Dublin are heaven for the art lovers. Zero-in on the kind of art you want to explore and the art galleries of Dublin will offer you what you need!

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