Couturier art sale

Danish-born Ib Jorgensen – the couturier-turned-art-dealer – was one of Ireland’s most renowned fashion designers in the 1970s and 1980s. He came t(...)

Sir John Lavery’s The Viscountess Castlerosse, Palm Springs, 1938 sold for €50,000 (€50,000-€70,000)

The first art auctions of Dublin’s autumn season were noticeably lacking in top-quality lots. At Whyte’s in the RDS on Monday evening, the top price w(...)

Study after The Tipperary Hurler by Sean Keating. Keating’s original oil painting, The Tipperary Hurler, was completed in 1928 and exhibited at the Olympic Games in Amsterdam and in New York, and donated to the Hugh Lane Gallery in 1957

With the Kilkenny v Tipperary All-Ireland Hurling Final replay scheduled for this afternoon in Croke Park, the timing could hardly be better for th(...)

Detail from `Girl in an Orchard (Under the Apple Blossom)` by Maria Dorothy Webb

After one of the busiest auction seasons in years, Adam’s is pausing for summer and its St Stephen’s Green saleroom is hosting the traditional loan(...)

Unloading The Catch by Seán Keating, €40,000-€60,000 at de Veres

After Adam’s and Whyte’s in May, the last of the “big three” Dublin summer art auctions takes place at de Veres on Tuesday. Some 160 lots of mostly Ir(...)

 ‘Women Washing Clothes In A Canal’ by Walter Osborne was withdrawn from the auction

Seventeen paintings were withdrawn from an art auction in Dublin on Tuesday evening following allegations that some of them were forgeries.Belfast-bas(...)

‘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(...)

AUCTION RESULTS Thursday, May 2nd, Christie’s, London. The Antiquities Sale. A Celtic gold bracelet,£517,875 (£40,000(...)

Hoarders considering decluttering might take inspiration from the latest amazing find to turn up at auction. A private Co Offaly collection of (...)