The Whitley Art Gallery
The Whitley Art Gallery is primarily an online gallery (viewing by appointment only) which brings you Contemporary Artists & Photographers, Modern Masters Prints, Etchings, Lithographs & 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 and the United Kingdom. We are also Members of CINOA.
The authenticity of all our Art works is guaranteed.
If you have any questions about our conditions, the works, or the artists please ring us on (00353)12829915 or email us through the Contact Us page 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 also be done through our Contact Us page.
We have new artists in our Contemporary Artists section:
See Drawings & Stitch Drawings by Shelley Morrow .
the evocative, dream-world etchings of Sienna Ardis-Marie
and the keenly observed, disquieting etchings of Jilly McAteer.
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7th Dec (date changed from 30th Nov), Antiques & Art Fair, Actons Hotel, Kinsale, Co. Cork.
17th Jan 2015, Antiques & Art Fair, Stormont Hotel, Belfast.
Visit Us at Stand 30
(If you would like Free Tickets please Contact Us
22nd Feb (Sunday Only), Antique & Fine Art Fair, Ardulain Hotel, Galway City (to be confirmed).
(more dates to be confirmed)
If you are likely to visit any of the above Fairs and wish to have a closer look at any particular item in our stock please let us know so that we can be sure to bring it with us.
`If you invest in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life`.
- Frank Lloyd Wright.
`Never collect anything that you don`t want to live with every day`.
- Robert Hatfield Ellsworth.