Preas Eisiúintí

Jack of All Trades

Déanfar taispeántas de chartúin Punch ag Jack B. Yeats (1871-1957) a oscailt i nGailearaí Náisiúnta na hÉireann Dé Sathairn, 28 Iúil, 2012.

Release   26 Iúil 2012

Schedule of Exhibitions January to July 2013.

In 2013, the National Gallery of Ireland will present a programme of temporary exhibitions which will explore the breadth and significance the Gallery’s vast collection of Irish and European works of art


NGI Acquisitions 2012

National Gallery of Ireland adds to collection with contemporary works by Davidson, Nickerson and Crozier.


Art Surpassing Nature

Dutch landscape exhibition opens in the National Gallery of Ireland


Gabriel Metsu: Life and Work. A Catalogue Raisonné. By Adriaan Waiboer

A new book on the life and work of Dutch seventeenth-century painter, Gabriel Metsu (1629-1667), by Adriaan Waiboer, will be launched toady in the Gallery.


Conservation treatment to damaged Monet to commence

The NGI will commence conservation treatment to Monet’s 'Argenteuil with a Single Sailboat' (1874), which was badly damaged following an unfortunate incident by a member of the public in the Millennium Wing on June 29th, 2012.


NGI Celebrates London Olympics 2012

To mark the occasion of the London Olympics 2012 (opening today, Friday 27 July), the National Gallery of Ireland has placed on public display, James Hanley’s portrait of sportsman, Ronnie Delany, who won gold for Ireland with his record win in the 1500m at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956.


New Displays at the National Gallery

National Gallery of Ireland presents a programme of new displays from its Irish and European collections.


Statement: Friday 29 June 2012

Further to recent reports in the media, we can confirm that there was an unfortunate incident in the Gallery on Friday (29 June) when a member of the public was detained after a Monet painting was seriously damaged.


Joyce exhibition opens at the National Gallery of Ireland

An exhibition to coincide with Dublin City Public Libraries festival, Dublin: One City, One Book will open in the National Gallery of Ireland on Monday 2 April.