Taylor Galleries
Review of Dublin Fine Art Gallery: Group/Solo Shows, Artists, Opening Hours.

Irish Art Exhibitions


Taylor Galleries

Opened by John Taylor in 1978 following the closure of the renowned Dawson Gallery, Taylor Galleries was - until its recent closure - one of the most important art venues in Dublin. It used to specialize in contemporary drawing, Irish painting, Irish sculpture, prints and ceramics, featuring works by many of the great 20th century Irish artists. John Taylor maintained several close working relationships with several Irish artists, including the late Louis Le Brocquy, who exhibited on twenty-one occasions at Dawson and Taylor Galleries since 1962 including the historic exhibitions "The Táin portfolios" (1969); "Studies Towards an Image of WB Yeats" (1975); and "Procession" (2003).

Other visual artists who used to feature regularly at the Gallery included:
Brian Ballard, Tom Carr, Peter Collis, Gary Devon, Michael Dunn, George Gillespie, Charles McAuley, Frank McKelvey, Gladys Maccabe, Louise Mansfield, Cecil Maguire, Sean McSweeny, Colin Midddleton, Dan O'Neill, Markey Robinson, Dennis Orme Shaw, Joop Smits, Mary Swanzy, Charles Tyrrell, JB Vallely, Maurice C Wilks, and Robin Wylie.


Contact Details

For the latest details of the Gallery's paintings, drawings, sculpture or ceramic art, its art shows, or its services for art-buyers - including advice about the Irish art market, please contact:

Taylor Gallery
471 Lisburn Road
Northern Ireland
Phone: 0044 28 9068 7687
Website: taylorgallery.co.uk

World's Most Famous Art Galleries

For more information, see: Best Art Museums.

More Details About The Top Irish Art Galleries

For reviews of the best museums of arts in Ireland, see:
- National Gallery of Ireland
- National Museum of Ireland
- Irish Museum of Modern Art
- Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin
- Chester Beatty Library
- National Self-Portrait Collection
- The Hunt Museum (Limerick)

• For details of other Leinster fine art exhibitions and collections, see: Irish Art Galleries and Museums.
• For details of the world's best fine arts museums, see: Homepage.
• For more about cultural events and venues in Ireland, see: Irish Art Guide.

© visual-arts-cork.com. All rights reserved.