Daniel O Neill

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Waiting for the Ferry by Jack B Yeats achieved €135,000 ( €100,000- €150,000) through Whyte’s

This time last year the art market was in uncharted waters. While galleries have suffered, the auction market had a booming year as many, within the c(...)

Still Life with Frying Pan, William Scott,  €200,000 (€200,000-€300,000), de Vere’s

In a year like no other, the first lockdown saw a huge number of sales postponed on the fine art and auction circuit. Sales were pushed to the back en(...)

A series of eries of early unpublished letters from WB Yeats to Ethel Veasey, 1883-85- Sothebys.

FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS Please note – as government health restrictions may change – do consult with auction rooms in advance of any in room sales. Most(...)

Sculling by Jack B Yeats (Lot 47, €200,000-€300,000)

The week ahead is a busy one for fine art on the Irish auction circuit, with a dizzying number of superb paintings for sale. On Monday, December 7th,(...)

Frank McKelvey, Fishing Boats on Donegal Coast (€4,500-€5,500), Adam’s Blackrock

RESULTS November 23rd Morgan O’Driscoll Irish and International Art sale Jug, William Scott €85,000 (€80,000-€120,000); Maam Valley, Paul Henry €66,(...)

Daniel O’Neill’s Horseman, Pass By will feature at Adam’s Important Irish Art sale (Lot 23, €20,000-€30,000)

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Irish artist Daniel O’Neill (1920-1974) who was born in Belfast. To celebrate, two events were p(...)

William Scott’s Deep Blues achieved £680,000, the second-highest price at auction for the artist.

It has been a busy and successful week for the family of the late property developer Patrick Kelly. His former home, the imposing and impeccably-rest(...)

Pair of George VI art deco candelabra from the Painted Hall at Greenwich €18,000–€20,000 will feature in Hegarty’s’s sale on November 15th

Auction results Lyon and Turnbull UK, October 22nd Lalique set owned by Florence St George, lover of artist William Orpen, achieved £26,250 (£10(...)

Lot 28 The Nun, from Ingrid Bergman by Andy Warhol (€25,000–€35,000).

Though better known for his Campbell Soup paintings, king of pop art Andy Warhol also produced silkscreen portraits of 10 famous athletes, which are n(...)

A Sunny Day, Connemara by Paul Henry (Lot 18 €150,000–€200,000)

All eyes will be firmly on lot 18 at Whyte’s Important Irish and International Art sale on September 28th at the RDS in Dublin. Auctioneer Ian Whyte (...)

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