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New Acquisitions

Works by Hannah Levy and Mairead O'hEocha

  • Exhibitions

1 November 2022 - 9 July 2023

Free

Works by Hannah Levy and Mairead O'hEocha

Discover a Selection of our Recent Acquisitions

Over the past decade, Hugh Lane Gallery has been collecting new works by artists already represented in our collections alongside artists who are entering the gallery for the first time. Such acquisitions give life and breadth to the collection by referencing earlier movements and concerns whilst also presenting what is the art of the now. These acquisitions have come about through generous donations and bequests as well as through purchases. We are delighted to present this exciting display of new works by celebrated Irish and international artists.

Discover which recently acquired works are currently on display on our online collection.


Portrait of Paula Meehan, Mick O’Dea, 2019.
Collection & image © Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin.
Donated by Joseph M. Hassett and Carol A. Melton, 2021.
© Mick O’Dea.

Agios Athanosios

Agios Athanosios, Paul McKinley, 2020.
Collection & image © Hugh Lane Gallery.
Purchased with the support of Brendan Burgess, 2021.
© Paul McKinley.

Grace Henry

Grace Henry, Woman in Train on Way to Market, Glens of Atrim.
Collection & image © Hugh Lane Gallery.
Purchased, 2022.
© Estate of Grace Henry.

Katherine McCausland, Ellen Helleu Lesant, 1905.
Collection & image © Hugh Lane Gallery.
Donated by Mary Stratton Ryan, 2015.

New Acquisitions, installation view of works by Rodney Dickson. Hugh Lane Gallery, 2023.

New Acquisitions, installation view of works by Hannah Levy and Mairead O’hEocha. Hugh Lane Gallery, 2023.

New Acquisitions, installation view of the Cycle series by Richard Tuttle. Hugh Lane Gallery, 2023.

New Acquisitions, installation view of Cusp II by Gillian Ayres. Hugh Lane Gallery, 2023.

New Acquisitions, installation view of works by Kathy Prendergast and Hiwa K. Hugh Lane Gallery, 2023.

Explore our extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary art through our online collection.

The Eve of St Agnes Harry Clarke 1924