Mary Swanzy | Voyages | Irish Museum of Modern Art | ArtBaazar

Mary Swanzy | Voyages | Irish Museum of Modern Art | ArtBaazar

January 24, 2019

Mary Swanzy (1882-1978) is a unique Irish artist. Her level of achievement, world travel and original thinking is unmatched in Irish art, yet this is the first retrospective of her work in 50 years. This IMMA initiated exhibition aims to reintroduce this artist's extraordinary achievements and reinstate her as a Modern Irish Master.

 

Opening Hours - Tuesday to Friday from 11.30am. to 5.30pm. Saturday from 10.00am to 5.30pm. Sundays and Bank Holidays from 12noon to 5.30pm.

Dates - Exhibition runs until 24th February 2019

Venue:  Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8, D08 FW31, Ireland

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Website - https://imma.ie




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