Friends of the National Collections of Ireland: A Century of Gifts


Public collections of fine and decorative art, and other historic public collections, are a great cultural and educational resource in Ireland, North and South. Gifts of works of art to public institutions from private individuals have enabled these collections to grow since the foundation of the state. The Friends of the National Collections of Ireland (FNCI) has been central to this growth, especially at times when there was little funding from the state for the galleries and museums of the country

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John Turpin