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The Doorway Gallery presents fine art paintings, amongst other works, from a selection of both Irish born and International artists, who are individually recognised for their unique talent and contribution to art.
The main objective of the Doorway Gallery is to support Artists in achieving international recognition for their work. This is achieved through their presence at a number of annual international art fairs at which a selection of artworks is promoted. View Profile
Located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Olivier Cornet Art Gallery is now considered as one of Ireland’s most dynamic modern fine art galleries.
They represent accomplished and exciting Irish and international visual artists working in a variety of media such as paintings, sculpture, photography, fine art prints, digital art and installations.
Their space is situated on the ground floor of a beautiful Georgian building, recently refurbished and once the town residence of The Lord Norbury. View Profile
The National Gallery of Ireland is one of Dublin’s most popular free visitor attractions, housing the nation’s collection of European and Irish art from about 1300 to the present day, and an extensive Archive. Announced for European Museum of the Year (2018), and winner of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Culture-Public Building award (2018), the Gallery continues its mission of serving their visitors in their enrichment and enjoyment of visual art. Entry to the collection is free of charge, learn and be inspired. View Profile
The Jorgensen Gallery, one of Ireland’s leading fine art galleries, is a contemporary Irish art gallery in the heart of Dublin, showing paintings and sculpture by artists from Ireland, England and continental Europe. We also exhibit late 19th/mid 20th century Irish, English and European art, and a selection of quality antique furniture. View Profile
The gallery has a reputation for both Irish and International artists who are either well established or emerging. The gallery is a fine example of Georgian architecture with elegant rooms featuring beautiful ceiling plasterwork which has been restored. It is located in what is called the posh part of town near Merrion Square gardens, only a short 8 minute walk from Stephens Green and the Shelbourne Hotel. View Profile
A painting from the Oriel has more value than just an investment – it is a piece of art. And it will provide you with endless joy: opportunities for calm and reflection – a window into another world, where you can go to escape the mundane, the everyday. View Profile
Sol Art Gallery is a family run business having established the gallery in Dublin in 2010. The gallery represents and promotes the work of national and international, emerging, mid-career and established visual artists. View Profile
Merrion Art is Dublin’s only free, all year open-air weekend art exhibition, with over 150 exhibiting artists. It is the perfect place to get original art. View Profile
Solomon Fine Art, established more than 30 years ago, is one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art galleries and has built its outstanding reputation representing both Irish and international artists, with a particular bias towards bronze sculpture. View Profile
Taylor Galleries is an art gallery based in Dublin that shows a selection of modern 20th century Irish painting, sculpture, print and works on paper. Throughout the year Taylor Galleries mounted a series of solo exhibitions by gallery artists and two large group shows, one in August and one over the Christmas period. The gallery’s exhibition space is situated over two floors of a Georgian house which dates from the 1700’s. View Profile