Leonardo Da Vinci’s portrait of Christ ‘Salvator Mundi’ brings in $450.3 million at Christie’s

Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of Christ “Salvator Mundi” sells for a record-smashing $450.3 million at Christie’s in New York, more than double the old mark for any work of art at an auction.

To celebrate we’ve taken a look at our own creative landscape of Art Galleries right here in Galway, where you are certain to pick up a very special piece without perhaps the extravagant price tag!!

Vanda Art Gallery 
‘Bowie’ Vanda Art Gallery

Vanda Art Gallery promises to bring something special for your heart and home. Pop in and browse through Fine art originals, prints, cards and much more.

Vanda Art Gallery, 11 Upper Abbeygate Street, Galway City.

Tel: +353 87 285 5705,

Email: hello@vandaluddy.com  

126 Artist Run Gallery

644225_707172952633084_325682429_nEstablished in 2005, 126 is an artist led organisation integral to the visual arts culture in Galway. Run voluntarily by a board of professional artists, 126 curates and programmes an arts space including a contemporary exhibition programme, talks & workshops, residencies and research projects. Its focus is to support emerging contemporary practices & partnerships, by creating exhibition, commission & development opportunities.

126 Artist-Run Gallery, St Bridget’s Place, The Hidden Valley, Galway.

Tel: +353 86 449 1366


Galway City Gallery


Galway City Gallery is a contemporary art gallery situated in the heart of the docklands in Galway. It was founded in 2014, offering an emergent or established artist, the opportunity to promote their art (painting, sculpture, photography…) The Gallery has a beautifl, flexible space and can be adapted perfectly for different exhibitions. They also promote workshops and meetings with local and international artists.
Galway City Gallery, 5 New Docks St, Galway.

Tel: +353 86 066 5756

Email: galwaycitygallery1@gmail.com 

The Kenny Gallery
Conor Mc Gregor by Luke McMullan

Situated in the heart of Galway, Kennys was established in 1940 by Des & Maureen Kenny. Web folklore has it that Kennys Bookshop was the second bookshop in the world to have its own website.
Kennys has a renowned stock of books on Irish history, culture, literature and language, as well as a comprehensive selection of non-Irish material that covers all aspects of the human experience.

The Kenny Gallery, Liosbán Retail Park, Tuam Road, Galway, Ireland.

Tel: +353 91 709350, Email: art@kennys.i


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