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Located in the heart of cultural Dublin on the ground floor and basement levels of a restored Georgian town house, the Leinster Art Gallery hosts a range of contemporary exhibitions by Irish visual artists and also examples of work by leading twentieth century Irish and International painters and sculptors.
The Leinster Gallery's eclectic collection of visual artists include: John Kingerlee, Gladys Maccabe, Cecil Maguire, Liam Treacy, James English, Tom Carr, Margaret Egan, Elizabeth Cope, Joop Smits, Paddy Lennon, Michael Gammell, Orla Egan, James Cahill, Graham Knuttel, Brian Ballard, Neill Speers, Des Hickey, Fergal Flanagan, Mike Fitzharris, Neill Shawcross, John O'Connell, George Gillespie, Norman Smyth, Elizabeth Brophy, Mark Simpson, and Malachy Costello.
Since its founding, the Leinster Gallery has staged numerous exhibitions of Irish painting by artists such as: Jack B. Yeats, Gerard Dillon, Daniel O'Neill, Tony O'Malley, George 'AE' Russell, Frank McKelvey, James Humbert Craig, Maurice Wilks, Harry Kernoff, Dennis Orme Shaw, and Padraig Lynch. In addition, it has hosted sculpture by Charles Ludlow, Elizabeth Le Jeune and Anne Cooney.
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Due to its experience of the Irish art market, the Leinster Gallery is able to provide a full range of support services for art-investors, including tailor-made advice to suit a range of artistic and investment concerns. The Gallery also organizes special commissions of portraits and sculpture, as well as advice on art valuation, restoration and framing of paintings.
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