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 Warhol print (number three from an edition of 190) based on an advertisement featuring Ronald Reagan. The estimate is €10,000-€15,000.

Unusually for a major Irish art auction, paintings by women artists are among the highlights in Whyte’s forthcoming sale which goes on view at the RDS(...)

The Long Road Home, Connemara, by Patrick Hennessy sold for €16,000 (€7,000-€10,000) at Adam’s

Results from De Veres De Vere’s art auction at Bewley’s Hotel, Ballsbridge,on Tuesday evening end(...)

Hot Weather/Hot Day by Jack B Yeats sold for €27,500 at O’Driscoll’s, less than its lower estimate, €30,000- €40,000

Monday, December 2nd Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers, Irish art auction. 73 per cent of lots sold. Hot Weather/ Hot Day by Jack B Yeats, €27,500 (€30,00(...)

Auction Results:Tuesday, July 16th John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Dublin 8. A necklace, with 74 diamonds, €11,200 (€10,000- €12,000); boxed set (...)

Adam’s auctioneers is hosting a month-long summer exhibition from Tuesday titled Gerard Dillon, Art and Friendships and featuring more than 100 pai(...)

‘I have yet to see people who worked so hard for so little gain. It meant incessant toil with the spade” was how the painter Paul Henry describ(...)