The top lot in Adam’s was a painting by Roscommon-born Impressionist artist Roderic O’Conor, a French landscape titled Chemin Mènant à Grez which made €210,000 within the estimate (€150,000-€250,000).

It is almost mid-point in the 2014 auctions calendar and the results from two major art sales in Dublin this week suggest that the Irish market is rec(...)

‘A Dusty Rose’ (€50,000-€70,000)  by Jack B Yeats, one of the pieces from Deepwell, the home of John Reihill which is to be auctioned by Adam’s

In September 2011, Adam’s sold a painting titled A Fair Day, Mayo by Jack B Yeats for €1 million – the highest price ever paid for a picture at auctio(...)

One of the most expensive homes to come on the Dublin market in recent years has been sold for €8 million. Deepwell, the former Blackrock famil(...)

Among the paintings withdrawn was Women Washing Clothes in a Canal by Walter Frederick Osborne, which had an estimate of €20,000-€30,000. Among the paintings withdrawn was Women Washing Clothes in a Canal by Walter Frederick Osborne, which had an estimate of €20,000-€30,000.

Gormleys withdrew 17 paintings from its auction at the Radisson St Helen’s Hotel in south Dublin on Tuesday evening. Ballsbridge art dealer Dominic Mi(...)

 ‘Women Washing Clothes In A Canal’ by Walter Osborne was withdrawn from the auction

Seventeen paintings were withdrawn from an art auction in Dublin on Tuesday evening following allegations that some of them were forgeries.Belfast-bas(...)

Only rarely does a property like Deepwell in Dublin’s Blackrock come along. The home of the late John Reihill, owner of Tedcastle and Top Oil, who (...)