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Detail from In The Long Grass, Near Killaloe, by John Murphy, estimated at €2,500-€4,000

Detail from In The Long Grass, Near Killaloe, by John Murphy, estimated at €2,500-€4,000

 

Results: Wednesday (November 18th) Bonhams, London, modern British and Irish art. House Tops, Tetuan, View from the House of the British Minister by Sir John Lavery, sold for £45,000 (estimate £20,000- £30,000); Lemon by Louis le Brocquy £28,750 (£25,000- £35,000); Margarita by Daniel O’Neill, £27,500 (£20,000- £30,000); Cabins by a Lough: West of Ireland by Paul Henry – unsold (£20,000-£30,000). Forthcoming Auctions: Tomorrow, Sunday: Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Fine period interiors auction from noon. Antique furniture, pictures, porcelain and various collectibles, including rare chess sets. Viewing today, Saturday, 11am-5pm.

Tomorrow, Sunday: Dolan’s Art Auction House – art and antiques auction at 2pm in the Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick, at 2pm. Includes paintings by John Schwatschke, Thelma Mansfield, Jack Donovan, John Shinnors, Michael Morris, Robert Egginton, Mark O’Neill, Markey Robinson and Limerick artist John Murphy (born 1979), who has four lots in the sale, among them Lot 136, In The Long Grass, Near Killaloe, estimated at €2,500-€4,000.

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