The National Gallery showcases a number of portraits which it has recently acquired for its collection.
The exhibition includes images of writer and playwright Samuel Beckett; W.B. Yeats's publisher, Charles Elkin Mathews; the architect Michael Scott; and poets Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley.
Established in 1875, the gallery's portrait collection has been enhanced in recent years with a series of contemporary portraits of prominent figures from Irish cultural, social and political circles.
They include playwright Brian Friel; author Maeve Binchy; musician Bono; economist T.K. Whitaker; broadcaster Gay Byrne; champion Olympic athlete Ronnie Delaney; and president Mary Robinson with her husband Nick. Admission free.
Mon-Sat 09.30-17.30 Thurs 09.30-20.30 Sun. 12.00-17.30