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|Location||17 Clare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland|
|Type||Contemporary art gallery|
|Public transit access|| Dublin Pearse|
Dawson Street (Green Line)
Established in Dublin by Oliver Nulty in 1968, the title refers to the medieval Kingdom of Oriel (Airgíalla), which contained Nulty's hometown of Drogheda. Oriel can also refer to a type of window, or the Welsh word for "gallery."
- "Oriel Gallery | Attractions | Art Galleries | All Ireland | Republic of Ireland | Dublin | Dublin City | Discover Ireland". www.discoverireland.ie.
- Kennedy, S. B.; Henry, Paul (October 12, 2007). "Paul Henry: With a Catalogue of the Paintings, Drawings, Illustrations". Yale University Press – via Google Books.
- Stairs, Susan; Ltd, George Gallery Montague (January 1, 1990). "The Irish figurists and figurative painting in Irish art". George Gallery Montague Ltd. – via Google Books.
- "Antique Galleries in Ireland | Galleries | MyAntiques.ie". www.myantiques.ie.
- "Oriel Gallery | Visit Dublin".
- "Irish Art - Oriel Gallery". www.irishart.com.
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