Excellent collection of Irish and Impressionist Art. Good cafe. Francis Bacon studio is fascinating.
About Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
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best art museum in Dublin. artists studio is fascinating. well displayed, great collection. free admission. sorry we missed the stained glass window because there was a concert going on
This smallish gallery has a wonderful little stained glass room with samples of the work of Robert Clarke which are unlike any stained glass I have seen before, along with work by a couple of other artists. The stained glass collection, though it contains less...More
It wasn't busy when we visited on a Saturday morning, and some rooms we had all to ourselves, which was lovely. A most impressive collection of paintings in an architecturally beautiful building - a good way to spend your time!
A group of us went to Hugh Lane Gallery in Parnell Sq North on Wed 15th March 17. We went mainly to see the Van Mieghan Exhibition which deals with dock life in Antwerp in Belgium. The guide who gave us the tour was so...More
If you want to visit an interesting museum, without spending any money, the Hugh Lane Gallery is the perfect place. There are various exhibitions with abstract paintings, contemporary sculptures and Jack Yeats's works. There is also an area in which Francis Bacon's studio has been...More
Dublin City Gallery is next door to the Wirters Museum at the top of Parnell Square near O'Connell Street. Over the one way street is the Memorial Garden and just outside the museum is a bus stop for the hop on and off tours and...More
Beautiful museum with some fantastic paintings! The Francis Bacon part is a must-do, and we love the fact that you can see his studio! We went there on a Sunday at noon and were delighted to see that a free classical music concert was happening!
Went here to see the Eugeen Van Mieghem exhibit which was first rate. The curator has done a marvellous display of fascinating drawings and paintings by this little known artist. I had never been to the gallery before and was amazed at the works of...More