Gerard Dillon

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Irish 19th-century elliptical side table €2,500-€3,500 at Hegarty Antiques

Tuesday, December 10th Fonsie Mealy, Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan, Co Dublin, Rare Irish books and general sale. In excess of €350,000 realised wit(...)

Rare fancy yellow diamond (4.01ct) VS2 with no flourescence fetched  €45,000- 75,000 at Matthews auction

Auction Results Sheppard’s Masterworks Sale Ming vase discovered at a routine valuation in Blarney achieved €610,000 – almost €500,000 over estimate(...)

Sleeper of the Adam’s Asian sale was a Ceylonese ivory casket which sold for €23,000 against an estimate of €1,500- €2,500

Auction results TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5TH John Weldon Temple Bar, Jewellery sale Emerald ring set with diamond shoulders 10.40cts €17,000, antique gold (...)

Artist Imogen Stuart’s Pangur Bán is the one valuable sculpture not currently on display in UCD, the university has said. File photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Ireland’s publicly-funded universities keep dozens of highly-valued and nationally important artworks away from public view, they admit. But while s(...)

Presumed Irish, George II Walnut and Rouge Royal marble wine cooler (1740) achieved $43,750 through Sotheby's

Auction results Sotheby’s New York Furniture Silver and Ceramic Sale Irish Silver Salver, John Hamilton $12,500, Rare Irish silver octagonal sugar b(...)

Cast metal skull and antlers achieved €5,400 through Oliver Usher

Auction results WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23RD Adam’s St Stephen’s Green, The Patrick and Antoinette Murphy Collection Mary Swanzy The White Tower €90,000.(...)

Potato Diggers by Paul Henry achieved €110,000 (€70,000-€100,000) through Adam’s

Results Wednesday September 25th Adam’s St Stephen’s Green (82 per cent sold grossing €1.2m) – Paul Henry, Connemara Landscape €120,000 (€60,000-€80,(...)

Matt McNulty with a photo of James Joyce, part of the Dublin Writers Museum collection. Photograph: Alan Betson

In the early 1980s an American tourist unable to find anything in Dublin celebrating Ireland’s fabled writers set out his disappointment in a letter t(...)

Lot 52, Paul Henry’s  Evening in Achill (€150,000–€250,000) at Morgan O’Driscoll’s sale.

For the first time, auctioneer Morgan O’Driscoll has taken lots from his upcoming Irish and International Art Sale on tour. Having just returned from (...)

Lot 105: The Lovers After Courbet by Basil Blackshaw (€20,000-€40,000).

Mankind has long been fascinated by the naked human body expressed as an art form. A refection of ourselves, and sometimes conveying social and politi(...)

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