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Traditional Irish Artwork

Northern Ireland has a significant tradition of political mural painting, from both the loyalist and republican standpoints. Vikings – destroyers and creators of Irish art – In the 9th century the Vikings burned much cherished art, but 100 years later they had settled and were helping to create it. Portraitists have included Daniel Maclise, John...

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The Imma Shop Art Edition Prints Irish Museum Of Modern Art Imma Wall Art

The IMMA Shop located in the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Kilmainham, Dublin, offers an exciting up-to-date range of modern and contemporary art books. It stocks an eclectic selection, reflecting international trends in all aspects of the visual arts. The emphasis is, however, on modern Irish art and artists. The Shop carries all publications and...

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Irish Art Galleries

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) was established in 1983 by a group of artists and administrators, becoming one of the first DIY artist-centred initiatives in Ireland. This group was housed in a rented disused shirt factory which extended through a block on Temple Bar towards the quays. As Temple Bar became a cultural and...

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David Overend At Irish Art Plus

Irish Art Plus » Artists » David Overend David Overend Summer, Rathmullan Strand, Co.Donegal At Irish Art Plus, we aim to provide the art patron with the opportunity to choose from a fine array of quality traditional and contemporary works of art, from a wide selection of Irelands leading artists past and present.Irish Art Plus,...

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Irish Art Style

Hidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksWebarchive template other archives Gold lunula from Blessington, Ireland, Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age, c. 2400 BC – 2000 BC, Classical group Celtic art is a difficult term to define, covering a huge expanse of time, geography and cultures. A case has been made for artistic continuity in Europe from the...

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Irish Artwork

Fighting Irish Walking Staff / Hiking Staff / Irish Shillelagh / Wizard Staff / Cane – Functional Artwork Funny Guinness Beer Irish Art Print Poster drinking drunk alcohol Ireland The King’s Head, Galway painting, Galway art, Irish art, Irish pub, Print of painting, Cityscape Dublin Ireland Watercolor, Dublin Watercolor Print, St Patrick’s Day print, Irish...

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Famous Irish Artwork

Another Belfast-based artist, Friz trained in classical animation and illustration before turning her hand to street art, creating graffiti largely focused on the female form. As well as routinely revitalising the walls of her hometown, she has been commissioned to do street paintings across the country and is a member of the Ireland-based female street...

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Irish Mccalla Artwork

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Irish Modern Art Galleries

The Grange Gifts, Gallery and Garden The Grange Gifts, Gallery and Garden The Green Gallery exhibits a broad range of contemporary art from both Irish and International artists on the top floor of St Stephen’s Green Centre, in Dublin City. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1, Ireland,+ 353...

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Irish Contemporary Art Galleries

Situated on Molesworth, and close to Leinster House, is the small but mighty The Molesworth Gallery. Spread over two floors of a Georgian townhouse, The Molesworth Gallery has a rich and diverse exhibition programme, hosting on average eight solo shows and two group exhibitions annually. The gallery, founded in 1999, represents around 20 up-and-coming, as...

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