Patrons of Irish Art
Become a Patron of Irish Art
All of the benefits of membership apply to Patrons, in addition to the following exclusive benefits:
- Invitations to all Gallery openings
- Priority booking for all Friends' events
- Exclusive Patrons’ events several times a year
Most importantly, you will also have the satisfaction of knowing that your annual subscription is directed to the Gallery's Acquisition Fund.
Become a Patron of Irish Art here.
See a listing of our current Patrons of Irish Art.
Your support makes a difference
To date, the Patrons of Irish Art Fund has aided the Gallery in the purchase of several very important Irish paintings: That Grand Conversation was Under the Rose by Jack B. Yeats; the outright purchase of the self-portrait by James Latham and a contribution towards Portrait of a Young Gentleman in Rome by Hugh Douglas Hamilton; River landscape with fishermen by George Mullins; a self portrait by Francis Bindon; and An Italianate wooded river landscape, with figures by a tomb by James Forrester; a contribution towards the purchase Faust’s First Sight of Marguerite by Frederic William Burton and Allegory by Mary Swanzy HRHA.