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Email: info@irishartgroup.com

The Breen Gallery is situated in Breen Forest, the oldest oak forest in N.Ireland. It lies in the heart of Glenshesk, one of the historic Nine Glens of Antrim. Breen is taken from the Irish and means “The Palace of the Fairy Kind.” The Fairy Kind (“na sídhe”) are also known as the little people or leprechauns. The forest and therefore the gallery are under the protection of the Fairy Kind. The pre-historic Breen Standing Stone, forms the logo of theIrishARTGroup and is in the field next to our premises. Facilities at Breen include a gallery, a trade showroom, a purpose built framing workshop and a suite of offices. To view other photos please click on the next page number.

  • The view from the workshop
  • The lane leading to Breen Wood and the Fairy Palace
  • Some of the staff vehicles
  • Front of the building
  • Rosaleen, Christina and Megan stock checking
  • The upstairs gallery
  • Christina and Megan sorting hand made rag dolls
  • Megan and Christina packing orders
  • Rosaleen and Christina checking inventory
  • The upstairs gallery
  • The upstairs gallery
  • Olga and Evelyn sorting prints
  • Olga and Evelyn picking orders
  • Part of the Irish Art Group's print stock
  • Trade showroom with work shop and offices
  • Megan's Office
  • Megan's Office
  • Print Store
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen
  • Rosaleen & Darach in the framing shop
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
  • Michael's main office
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