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Detail from ‘L’Allée des Alyscamps’ by van Gogh, which sold for $66.3 million

Detail from ‘L’Allée des Alyscamps’ by van Gogh, which sold for $66.3 million

 

Auction results:

Sunday (May 3rd)

Dolan’s Art Auction at Kelly’s Resort Hotel, Co Wexford: Carraroe, Connemara by Charles Lamb, €8,500 (€7,000-€8,000); Crimson Collection by Mark O’Neill €7,600 (€6,000- €7,500); Garden Guardian by Mark O’Neill, €6,000 (€3,000- €4,000); Children on the Beach by James le Jeune, €4,600 (€3,500- €4,500); The Old Roman Bridge by Arthur Maderson, €4,800 (€2,800-€4,500).

Tuesday (May 5th)

Sotheby’s, New York: L’Allée des Alyscamps by Vincent van Gogh sold for $66.3 million (estimate in excess of $40 million). The painting last sold at auction in 2003 for $11.8 million.

Forthcoming auctions

Monday (May 11th)

Mullen’s Laurel Park, Bray, Co Wicklow. Fine Art & Furniture Auction at 11am. Viewing this weekend.

Wednesday (May 13th)

John Ross & Company auctioneers, Montgomery Street, Belfast. Auction at 7pm of the private art collection of Belfast collector Stephen Hylands including Ancestral Head by Louis le Brocquy, £40,000-£60,000; Jermyn Street, London by Colin Davidson, £16,000-£18,000; Tarring The Shed by Nano Reid £8,000-£12,000.

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