Young Artists Display Work in Windows of Brown Thomas on Grafton Street

Young artists graduating from  either the National College of Art and Design or the Limerick School of Art and Design this summer are displaying their work in the windows of Brown Thomas on Grafton Street. The Art and Style exhibition will see the work of 8 young artists exhibited in the windows of the famous Grafton Street department store until mid-August.

The chosen artists represent the mediums of print, paint and handcraftmenship which show the talent and innovation within the contemporary arts scene in Ireland.

This exhibition is a great opportunity for the artists to showcase their work to the many people who visit Grafton Street.

Laura Finn


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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.