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William Street Gallery

The William Street Gallery located right in the heart of Kilkenny City, offers a wide and interesting mix of Irish Art. From classical examples of Ireland's varied landscapes to todays vibrant contemporary artists, William Street's collection seeks to offer collectors an interesting dilema when visiting their gallery.

Kilkenny

Ireland
Address:
3, William Street,
NA
Phone: 00353 56 777 0654
Website: www.williamstreet.ie


Gallery/Dealer Photos (4)

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Artists Represented

John Morris, Paul Christopher Flynn, Tony Powell, Caoimghin O Croidheain, Di Di Dobree, Deirdre McCarthy, Alan Bradshaw, Ross Stewart, Anna Splaek Mlynarczk, Rod Coyne, James Quinn. With many more aorks always available from different artists and era's.


Sample Art Work (4)

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Current Exhibitions

The Contrast Show with Caoimghin O Croidheain, Di Di Dobree and Tony Powell


Previous Exhibitions

Anna Spalek Mlynarczk's "Inspired by Kilkenny"


Exhibition Photos (2)

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Submission Policy

Plese see our website for criteria.


Location And Getting There

Walking from Kilkenny Castle up the High Street, we are the second turn left.
Located in a historic street where the building date back to the 1780's. The street is lined with galleries, coffe shops, restaurants and charming little shops.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Ian Campbell


Opening Times

Tuesday- 1pm to 6 pm
Wednesday to Saturday- 11am to 6pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays- 1pm to 6pm