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The Duke Street Gallery is housed in one of Dublin City's oldest buildings. The building was notably the original location for Red Bank Oyster (established in 1838) as mentioned in James Joyce 'Ulysses'. The premises No.17 Duke Street, was originally constructed in the 1730's, taking the form of the then popular, 'Dutch Billy' style house- a style of architecture that sadly has almost vanished from Dublin City landscape entirely. However, No. 17 Duke Street is an exception, as it has recently been lovingly and beautifully restored while retaining many of its original features.
The Duke Street Gallery specializes in the work of Irish Artists, as well as Artists living in Ireland imbued with the Irish imagination. Its function is to bring Irish artwork to an International Audience. The represented artists of Duke Street Gallery have exhibited in a number of cities around the world such as New York, Hong Kong, Chicago, Brussels Miami, Beijing, Sydney, London, and Marbella. Duke Street Gallery features artists such as Louis LeBrocquy, Markey Robinson, Marie Carroll, Graham Knuttel, Harry Kernoff, Patrick Collins amongst numerous others.
Dukestreetgallery.ie operates as a full service Internet art gallery offering instant availability to a vast range of Irish Art and specializes in the packaging and exporting of its artwork worldwide
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