Auction results

Tony O’Malley’s ‘Bahamas Collage’ sells for €3,800 in online art auction

The Road Beside The River by Jack B Yeats goes to auction at Christie’s

The Road Beside The River by Jack B Yeats goes to auction at Christie’s

 

Auction Results

Monday (July 6th)

Mullen’s Laurel Park, Woodbrook, Bray, Co Wicklow. An ebonised, brass-inlaid and red-tortoiseshell-inlaid centre table originally in Charleville Castle, Tullamore, Co Offaly , sold for €1,800 (estimated at €1,800-€2,600).

Monday (July 6th)

Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers, Online Art auction. 90 per cent of lots sold. Bahamas Collage by Tony O’Malley sold for €3,800 (€3,500-€4,500); Lily Pond by Kenneth Webb made €2,400 (€2,500-€3,500). Michael Collins by Noel Murphy, estimated at €8,000-€10,000, failed to sell when bidding stalled at €7,000 but sold after the auction for €7,500.

Forthcoming Auctions

Tuesday (July 14th)

Oliver Usher’s Auction Rooms John Street, Kells, Co. Meath. Antique furniture auction at 5pm with 600 lots.

Wednesday (July 15th)

Christie’s, London. Modern British & Irish art auction. The Road Beside The River, painted in 1951, by Jack B Yeats (£20,000-£30,000).

Wednesday (July 15th)

O’Reilly’s, Francis St, Dublin 8. Auction of jewellery, watches and silverware at 1pm.

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