The National Gallery has assembled a selection of paintings depicting some of Ireland's favourite beauty spots, offering what it terms a "one-room tour of Ireland".
Comprising a mix of urban and rural destinations, the paintings and drawings depict views of the capital and other major Irish cities such as Cork, Galway, Waterford and Derry, while the more windswept and romantic locations include the Cliffs of Moher, Glendalough and the Lakes of Killarney.
The works all come from the gallery's own collection but some have not been seen by the public for over a century. There are also recently-acquired works on show.
During the month of May the gallery will hold a series of talks relating to the exhibition.
Mon-Sat 09.30-17.30. Thu 09.30-20.30. Sun 12.00-17.30.