Daniel O Neill

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May Guinness, Woman In Red (detail) achieved €34,000 (€6,000-€8,000) to a collector in California through Whyte’s

Auction results September 15th, Oliver Usher, Beamond House, Bellewstown, Co Meath. French grand piano, €1,600; club fender, €1,800; pair Regency kni(...)

Diamond set Cartier love bangle in 18ct rose gold, €7,000-€7,500, O’Reillys

RESULTS Saturday, September 7th Woodward Auctions, Cork Set of six Cork dining chairs by O’Connell’s of Lavitts Quay, €2,500 (€2,000-€3,000); Sher(...)

Banksy’s Turbo Zone Truck 2000 (£1-£1.5 million), Bonhams

Results Wednesday, September 4th – Victor Mitchell, Mount Butler Rooms, Roscrea. Large Donegal carpet €2,600 (€2,500-€3,500) Forthcoming auctions S(...)

From left: David Mullins, James Cluskey, Daniel O’Neill and Luke McGuire

1) An attempt to break the Guinness world record for the longest tennis match will be made at Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club in Dublin – beginning Frida(...)

Lot 45 Roderic O’Conor, Figures in a Pool

Ever wondered what a Louis le Brocquy or a Donald Teskey would look like on your wall?  Well, you don’t have to wonder any more.  A new app(...)

Harry Kernoff RHA – ‘Bottle Tower, Rathfarnham’ (1940) €2,000-€3,000

The arrival of the new year in the Irish art market doesn’t mean out with the old. Far from it. Most of the pictures in the first big art auction of 2(...)

Penny Day, head of Irish art and director of modern British art at Bonhams in London: “One good picture is worth 10 average ones.” Photograph: Martin Maybank

Irish woman Penny Day is head of Irish art and director of modern British art at Bonhams on New Bond Street in London. Bonhams is a privately owned Br(...)

Whyte’s said its Irish & International Art auction at the RDS in Dublin on Monday night had been “a fantastic sale with great results”. Overall, 8(...)

A ‘poison’ or ‘relic’ ring with a hidden compartment

Results: Wednesday (November 11th) Bonhams, London. A copy of the so-called Wicked Bible – published in London in 1631 – containing the infamously (...)

Detail from ‘The Queen’s own Scottish Borderers Observe the King of Jews Appearing behind Seán McGuigan’s Sheep on the Fourth Sunday After Epiphany’ by Belfast artist Dermot Seymour, which has an estimated auction price of €1,500-€2,000

Viewing begins today for Dublin’s first major art auction of 2015 when Whyte’s unveils its Irish and international art at the RDS where the sale ta(...)

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