An oil portrait of a woman (head and shoulders). She has dark hair with red decorations in it, and wears long earrings and a large necklace. She's dressed in a white off the shoulder dress.
Marie Bracquemond, Self-Portrait, c.1870. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen.


Public Tour: Women Impressionists

23 August 13.00 - 14.00

Exhibition desk (level 1, Millennium Wing)

Free for those with tickets for the 1pm timeslot of the exhibition - book your exhibition ticket here. 

Join us for a guided tour exploring some of the highlights of the Gallery's new exhibition Women Impressionists.

The tour is free but visitors will need to purchase a ticket for the 12pm timeslot on 26 July to enter the exhibition. Book your exhibition ticket here. 

  • Meet your tour guide at the Exhibition Desk at Level 1.
  • Read our Visitor Guide for details of what to expect on your visit to the Gallery.
  • All public tours are fully accessible to people who are hard of hearing and use a tour guide system with T-loop capabilities.

This exhibition is organised by Ordrupgaard in collaboration with the National Gallery of Ireland. The Gallery would like to thank the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media for their ongoing support

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