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Hillsboro Fine Art

Long a favourite with Ireland's discerning art enthusiasts, Hillsboro Fine Art is quickly becoming known to collectors of 20th Century and Contemporary art around the world.

Dublin

Ireland
Address:
49 Parnell Square West
D1
Phone: +35318788242
Website: www.hillsborofineart.com


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Artists Represented

Alex Katz, Maurice Cockrill, John Hoyland, Fiona Dowling, Gwen O'Dowd, Stephen Lawlor, Gillian Ayres, Eddie Kennedy, David Crone, Anya Waterworth, Rita Duffy, Pam Harris, Jonathan Hunter, Colin O'Daly, Michael Warren, Tjibbe Hooghiemstra, John Noel Smith, Patrick Graham, Brian Gormley, Basil Beattie


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Current Exhibitions

Alex Katz: Small Paintings


Forthcoming Exhibitions

David Crone: Recent Paintings
John Hoyland: Selected Works
Jonathan Hunter: New Work


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Art Fairs

Art-Miami, January 2007
Dublin, May 2007


Submission Policy

CD / Catalogues etc and profile or web link


News

John Noel Smith with Charles Tyrell and Sean Shanahan at Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co Meath

Michael Warren at Royal Hibernian Academy


Location And Getting There

The gallery is conveniently located one minute from O'Connell Street in the cultural and social heart of Georgian Dublin. Originally called Rutland Square, Parnell Square is the second earliest of Dublin's squares and is also the location of Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, which houses one of Ireland's foremost collections of modern and contemporary art, including the wonderful Francis Bacon Studio. The square is also home to the Dublin Writers Museum, the historic Gate Theatre and the Garden of Remembrance.


Contact-Directors/Staff

John Daly, Director


Opening Times

Mon-Fri 10.30 am - 6.00 pm
Sat 10.30 am - 3.30 pm