Irish Art Paintings
Connor Maguire creates Irish Artwork in all mediums from painting in Oils to Watercolours, Pencil on paper and Printmaking in the form of woodcuts and Linocuts. He has won many Visual Art Awards over
Top Floor Art
Based at 92 Main Street, Saintfield, Top Floor Art Gallery stocks a range of work from Northern Ireland based artists and craftspeople. Call in and visit our Open Studios and find out more about the
Manor Fine Arts
We offer the complete picture framing service, from budget to conservation standards. We can give advice on the right moulding profile or mount colour to enhance all your chosen framing needs,
Gerry's Fine Irish Art
We specialize in the sale of traditional and contemporary art by leading Irish artists from the 20th century to today. We have a wide range of oils, acrylics, modern mixed media, pastels and water
R-space Gallery
R Space is a visual arts and crafts space, presenting and commissioning a programme of exhibitions and arts activity based in The Linen Rooms in the heart of the City of Lisburn, Northern Ireland. R
Castle Gallery
The Castle Gallery in Lisburn Northern Ireland was opened in 2002 and has gained a reputation as one of the leading stockists of fine Irish art and works from many other leading Irish artists. Our
Lisburn Art Gallery
Opened in June 2005, The Lisburn Art Gallery specialises in Modern and Traditional Irish art. The gallery occupies a Victorian terraced house located at 46 Bachelors Walk, Lisburn Co Antrim. Our
Prestige Picture Frames
Having started to frame his own work, he decided to make the most of this opportunity, which enabled him to combine his experience in picture framing with his love of painting and art. Prestige
Arts Council Of Northern Ireland
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is the development and funding agency for the Arts in Northern Ireland. We distribute public money and National Lottery funds to develop and deliver a wide variety
Gormleys Art Auctions
This auction has now ended. Gormley's Art Auctions has been developed to facilitate the number of people now buying and selling Irish art. As people have become more familiar with buying and selling