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Founded in 1999 to exhibit paintings and sculptures by emerging and established Irish visual artists, the Molesworth Gallery is one of Dublin's leading contemporary art galleries. The Gallery typically hosts some ten solo art exhibitions each year, and publishes accompanying catalogues. In addition, the Gallery stages two curated group art shows annually. The Dubliner magazine has included the Molesworth Gallery among the five best art galleries in the capital.
The Gallery's exhibition space incorporates the ground floor and first floor of a large Georgian house in the heart of Dublin. The first floor usually hosts a changing display of Irish painting and Irish sculpture by the Gallery's regular artists. Prices of canvases and sculptures typically range from 500 to 20,000 euros.
The Molesworth Gallery represents about 20 visual artists, including young representational painters (eg. Blaise Smith, Maeve McCarthy, John Hearne and Sheila Pomeroy), St Ives-based abstract artist Padraig MacMiadhachain, photorealist Patrick Redmond and sculptor Anna Linnane), and other artists like Robert Bates, David Browne, Mercedes Helnwein, Claire Kerr, Joe Mcgill, Una Sealy, Elizabeth Taggart, Eugene Conway, JP Donleavy, Robbie Gaffney, John Kirwan, and Cian McLoughlin.
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