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Kilcock Art Gallery
Kilcock, Co. Kildare
The Kilcock Art Gallery was established in 1978 in Kilcock, County Kildare. Since then the gallery has been dealing in fine paintings, sculpture and prints by all the leading names in Irish Art.

The Kilcock Art Gallery is situated in a picturesque village just half an hour's drive from Dublin City off the M4 motorway, in County Kildare.

The gallery was established in 1978 by Breda Smyth and opened by George Campbell RHA. Since then the gallery has been dealing in fine paintings, sculpture and prints by all the leading names in Irish art. The gallery is a welcoming place with an easy and friendly atmosphere, offering advice and help to its clients. It is a real treasure trove of both established and new artistic talent catering for the varying tastes of all collectors.

The gallery consults with companies, hotels and private collectors, finding the right pieces for particular locations and building individual collections. Export facilities and worldwide packing and transport can be arranged for clients.

Amenities include guided tours, parking, retail outlet and disabled access. Check their website for the gallery calendar of exhibitions and events.

Why we like it
  •  Visit a gallery dealing in fine paintings, sculpture and prints by leading names in Irish Art.
  • Browse a treasure trove of both established and new artistic talent catering for varying tastes of all collectors.
  • The gallery is a welcoming place with an easy and friendly atmosphere, offering advice and help in building individual collections and investment portfolios of art.
Family friendly
Free to visit
Rainy days
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Contact details
School St, Commons East, Kilcock, Co. Kildare, W23 E5R5, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 1.5 hours here.

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