National Gallery of Ireland National Gallery of Ireland

National Gallery of Ireland

The Dublin-based art museum preserves and showcases the nation's collection of Irish and European art from the 14th century to the present day.

Safeguarding Ireland's Masterpieces

National Gallery of Ireland

Since its founding in 1854, the National Gallery of Ireland has hosted notable exhibitions, developed educational programming, and conducted extensive research. The museum encourages students, teachers, families, and community organizations from diverse backgrounds to participate in its creative programming and gain new exposure to the arts. This dedication to expanding access is further evident in the library and archive collections. The National Gallery of Ireland currently houses more than 16,000 works of art, including Caravaggio's The Taking of Christ, and Jack B. Yeats' The Liffey Swim, and Claude Monet's Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat.

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