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Eakin Gallery

237 Lisburn Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9 7EN
Eakin Gallery

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Eakin Gallery opened it's doors in 1989 on Belfast's Lisburn Road and remains trading there today. During this time Eakin Gallery have hosted many successful exhibitions which include individual solo shows and group exhibitions showcasing 20th and 21st century traditional contemporary artists.

Currently on view are works by artists such as Basil Blackshaw, Neil Shawcross, Colin Middleton, William Conor, Frank McKelvey, Maurice Wilks, Louis le Brocquy, William Scott, Charles McAuley, Terry Bradley, George Callaghan, Ian McAllister, Cecil Maguire, Paul Walls, Paul Bell, Tom Carr, Hamilton Sloan, Tom Kerr, J B Vallely, Norman McCaig, Brian Ballard and Tom Ryan.

Professional picture framing service also available at the Eakin Gallery.

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* Monday to Friday 09:30-17:30
Saturday 10:00-17:30

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