Darcy Doyle Place‚ Ipswich

View some of the finest pieces from the Ipswich Art Gallery’s collection of 19th and early 20th century fine art and folk art, as well as contemporary works reflecting Ipswich’s heritage.

Visit the upper level to see exceptional works such as the mid-19th century cedar sideboard crafted by George Dowden for the Cribb family’s historic Ipswich residence ‘Gooloowan’, Australian paintings such as Frosty morning by key Australian landscape painter Elioth Gruner, and the exquisite Australian wildflower tea service designed by renowned Australian botanical artist Ellis Rowan.

Image: Elioth Gruner Frosty morning 1915 (detail) | Oil on canvas on board, 29.2 x 36.4 cm. Ipswich Art Gallery Collection. Acquired through the Ipswich Arts Foundation to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Ipswich Art Gallery, 2009

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Recent Reviews

Sandy G

Sep 2018

Great for kids

The wind interactive display was so educational, I think I enjoyed it more than my grandson. We spent time making things to put in the display to see if they would fly. more »

kittenvintage

Sep 2018

Great if you can find it

A little hard to get to and parking is very difficult. We eventually found a multi deck car park in town, which came out on a health clinic...a bit weird but three hours of parking was free. The... more »

roddy_mcfarlane

Oct 2017

An experience

We have not been for awhile but when we did go loved it. I think it is worth it to take children to see as they have different things displayed & change them certain times more »

Amelia A

Sep 2017

Activities

The activitys they put on are great and it fun to just look around at all the old things there.would fo again with friend and family. more »

Matt J

May 2018

Whether you love it or not, there is plenty to impress or just make you scratch your head

The art gallery looked interesting so I thought I would pop in and see what it was all about. I am not particularly arty, but I found it interesting. You start with some sculptures which I found a... more »