13 Aug–7 Dec. The National Gallery of Ireland presents an eclectic display of prints and drawings that it has acquired over the last five years.
Divided in two parts, the first section of the exhibition shows a selection of some 60 prints and illustrated books from the collection of Brian Lalor, who in 2014 donated over 160 prints, ranging from printed images by Maerten van Heemskerk (1498-1574) to 20th-century printmaking and works inspired by Whistler.
The second section displays watercolours, drawings and prints acquired by the gallery through purchase or donation since 2011.
Highlights include drawings by Fernand Lèger, Walter Osborne and Kyffin Williams, as well as prints by Berthe Morisot, Frank Brangwyn and Micheal Farrell.
Mon-Sat 09.30-17.30 Thurs 09.30-20.30 Sun. 12.00-17.30