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A tiny Tunbridge Ware sewing kit in the form of a grand piano achieved €2,400 (€200-€300) through Mullen’s of Laurel Park

Recent sales at Irish auctions and indeed international auctions with Irish connections, realised some strong results. It was a particularly good week(...)

Lot 58: ‘Low Water, Spring-Tide, Clifden’ by Jack B Yeats, €40,000-€60,000 Adam’s

Two forthcoming Irish art sales will feature a great mix of contemporary and period artworks from both Irish and international artists. Adam’s on St (...)

Lot 54 – Art deco style French dining table 1970, €600–€1000

The 400 or so lots in De Vere’s Design Auction on May 19th are spread across three categories: furniture, art and, unusually, wine. Included in the s(...)

Section of  Balcony, Grasse by William Leech sold for  €46,000 at de Vere’s  (€20,000-€30,000)

Auction Results March 23rd, Lynes & Lynes, Carrigtohill, Co Cork. Lot 225, set of 12 Cork dining chairs, €3,000 (€3,000-€4,000) and lot 274, two (...)

Jack B Yeats’s 1947 painting The Night Has Gone  sold for €255,000, the top price of the year at De Veres

Almost 10 years on from the 2008 banking crisis and subsequent economic crash, the market in Irish art, antiques and collectibles has undergone a rema(...)

Lot 46, “The Night has Gone” by Jack B Yeats: has an estimate of €250,000-€350,000.

The first of the big Dublin winter art auctions takes place at de Veres on Tuesday, November 21st, and includes two major oil paintings by Jack B Yeat(...)

Gerard Dillon, ‘A Wet Day, Ireland’, oil on board, 38cm x 52cm, €20,000-€30,000

Unlike Dublin property, Irish art bought during the peak of the economic boom has not yet – and may not for a long time – see prices return to 2006/20(...)

Waiting by Leo Whelan, up for auction at €60,000 to €80,000 after selling in 2007 for €265,000

Dublin art auctioneer John de Vere White recalls that 20 years ago he was “reaching a stage in life where the phrase ‘pension planning’ was being band(...)

‘A View of Semur-en-Auxois’ whichde Veres sold for €41,000

Most art is bought for pleasure not investment. Paintings that appreciate significantly in value are few and far between. And the capital appreciation(...)

‘Airman of Inisheer’ by Margaret Clarke

“Since the beginning of 2015 the Irish art market has experienced a resurgence and there is a palpable confidence in the saleroom with collect(...)

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