National Gallery of Ireland Library and Archive
The National Gallery of Ireland’s library and archive collections are a significant resource for anyone interested in researching art and its associated disciplines. These collections are held in the Art Library, the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art, the Yeats Archive and the NGI Institutional Archive.
Rich and varied, these resources relate to the national and international development of the visual arts from the middle ages onwards and support the study of the development the Western European artistic tradition. The collections are available for consultation in the reading rooms of the Art Library and Centre for the Study of Irish Art.
NGI Institutional Archives,
Centre for the Study of Irish Art,
Access to the collections is facilitated by appointment in the Fine Art library reading room and the Centre for the Study of Irish Art. Both are accessed via the Millennium wing entrance on Clare street, Dublin 2.
The catalogue is searchable via the Portico system at http://portico.nationalgallery.ie/uhtbin/cgisirsi.exe/gNHVLYpHK8/0/0/49.
A number of archive collections have been digitized and can be accessed via the Doras system on the NGI website at http://doras.nationalgallery.ie/.
As we continue to develop remote search facilities for the archive collections please use the email address below to place enquiries regarding collections if you cannot find what you are looking for via the website. Occasional tours and introductions for groups not exceeding 15 people may be arranged by request.
|Opening hours:||Fine Art Library: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm CSIA: Tues-Thur 10am-5pm,|
|Address:||Clare street, Dublin 2|
|Telephone:||+ 353 1 6325500|