The Whitley Art Gallery
The Whitley Art Gallery is primarily an online gallery (viewing by appointment only) which brings you Contemporary Artists & Photographers, 19th and 20th Century Prints & Drawings as well as Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Edo period, all at competitive prices. The Gallery is a Member of the IADA (Irish Antique Dealers Association) and exhibits in their Annual Autumn Fair in the RDS Dublin, Ireland as well as various Art & Antique Fairs throughout Ireland. We are also Members of CINOA. The authenticity of all our works is guaranteed. We also have a no-quibble 30 day returns policy so if, for any reason you don`t like the work when you receive it, all you have to do is return it to us (at your cost) and we will refund the purchase price in full. If you have any questions about our conditions, the works, or the artists please Contact Us and we will be happy to answer them.
If you would like to be included in our (infrequent!) E-zines about which Fairs we are exhibiting in then please send us your email address. This can be done through our Contact Us page.
For April & May see James McNeill Whistler at The Whitley Art Gallery.
To celebrate European Month of Photography we are happy to welcome the excellent Irish Photographer Daniel de Chenu to our photography section.
See also Drawings and Stitch-Drawings in our Contemporary Artists section by Shelley Morrow
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2014 Exhibition Calender.
April 27th Antiques & more Fair: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire.
May 11th, Antique & Art Fair: Actons Hotel, Kinsale, Co. Cork.
June 15th, Antiques & Art Fair, Ramada Hotel, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
July 13th, Antique & Art Fair, Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny.
(more dates to be confirmed)
If you invest in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life.
- Frank Lloyd Wright
`The fact is, we see with memory, which is why none of us sees the same thing` - David Hockney