Founded by gallery director John Daly in 1995, Hillsboro Fine Art is widely recognised as one of Ireland’s leading 20th-century and contemporary galleries and has now established a significant reputation around the world. The gallery represents many of Ireland’s best know artists and also host at least two to three exhibitions per year by major international artists.
The gallery is conveniently located one minute from O'Connell Street in the cultural and social heart of Georgian Dublin. Originally called Rutland Square, Parnell Square is the second earliest of Dublin's squares and is also the location of Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, which houses one of Ireland's foremost collections of modern and contemporary art, including the wonderful Francis Bacon Studio.
Artists represented include Michael Warren, Sandro Chia, Eilís O’Connell, Patrick Graham, Gwen O’Dowd, John Noel Smith, Enzo Cucchi, John Gibbons, Katherine Gili, Eddie Kennedy, Alan Davie, Corban Walker, George Warren, Paddy Mc Cann, Eamon Colman, David Crone and others