Painting the Town: 20th-century view of Lisburn
Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum
Taken from the Museum’s extensive art collection, the exhibition depicts views of Lisburn from its recent past, and examines the town’s architectural heritage, from Georgian townhouses to long-forgotten secret gardens. The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30-5pm and entry is free.
Highlights of the exhibition include scenes of:
- Bridge Street
- Union Bridge
- Piper’s Hill
- Market Square
- Railway Street
- Castle Street
- Seymour Street
And work from Jim Dunlop, Jack Calderwood, Anna Cheyne , Patrick Stevenson PPRUA, Joe O’Kane, Eric McCully, Stephen Gourley and Raymond Piper.