Film buff alert: A poster for Dublin nightmare, €150-€200 at Whyte’s

More than 800 posters collected from the 1940s to the 1970s, mainly from cinemas around Ireland, will be auctioned by Whyte’s next Saturday in the Fre(...)

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 Irish version of the 1962 cinema poster for the first James Bond film, Dr No, which  was censored by having a black dress “painted” on to Ursula Andress to hide her bikini.

The cinema poster for the first James Bond film, Dr No , was censored in Ireland because the(...)

Maiden Hurdle, Clonmel by Peter Curling, €15,000-€25,000 at Whyte’s

This week’s auctions of post-war and contemporary art in New York saw vast sums spent by bidders at Christie’s and Sotheby’s for paintings by artists (...)

 ‘Women Washing Clothes In A Canal’ by Walter Osborne was withdrawn from the auction

Seventeen paintings were withdrawn from an art auction in Dublin on Tuesday evening following allegations that some of them were forgeries.Belfast-bas(...)

An old Irish £10 note sold for €14,000 at Whyte’s auction in Dublin last Saturday, even though the 1929 banknote’s condition was, according to auction(...)

Police, armed with clubs, charge strikers in Sackville Street. Photograph: Photo12/UIG/Getty Images

A proclamation banning a demonstration in support of striking Dublin workers during the 1913 Lockout goes on sale in Dublin tomorrow. Issued by(...)

Whyte’s auction of “History, Literature and Collectibles” in Dublin next Saturday features a selection of first editions by Seamus Heaney, including a(...)

A Fair Day, Mayo by Jack B Yeats sold for €1 million in 2011, the highest figure paid at auction for a work of art in Ireland

The Irish fine art and antiques market was worth an estimated €50 million last year. That’s a drop of about 50 per cent since the peak of the boom (...)

Whyte’s auctioneers in Dublin said its autumn auction of historical collectibles on September 14th would include an original, signed programme for the(...)