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Masterpieces are in the National Gallery of Ireland: The Dark Taking of Christ by Caravaggio, the delicate watercolors by J. M. W. Turner, the Annunciation of Rubens, several works by Flemish, English and French Impressionist, and numerous portraits and landscapes of Irish artists that trace the history of the country Anglo – Irish. Among paintings fascinating and beautiful paintings, there is an entire room devoted to operas and romantic Jack Yeats, Irish illustrator and cartoonist who in 1894 created the first comic of Sherlock Holmes. When: Mon – Sat 9:30 – 17:30 Thursday 9:30 to 20:30, Sunday 12:00 to 17:30 Never: 10 aprile, 24 to 26 December free admission How to: Pearse Station subway stop. Bus: 4 / A, 5, 7, 7A, 10, 13 / A, 44 / C, 48A.