Harry Clarke

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Self Portrait Wearing a Hat, Sean Keating €30,000- €50,000 Whyte’s

Limerick-born artist Seán Keating, who died in 1977 aged 88, was often regarded as the official artist of the Irish Free State. The noted portrait pai(...)

Bewley’s Cafe reopened last August after the company resolved a rental dispute with a company connected to Johnny Ronan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The company that operates Bewley’s Cafe on Dublin’s Grafton Street recorded pretax losses of €462,000 before a decision was made to shut down the busi(...)

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(...)

Brighter days are ahead. Ninety-five well-known people tell us what they are most eagerly anticipating in the coming months Daniel O’Donnell Sin(...)

Bluebeard’s Last Wife, a stained glass panel by Harry Clarke set in a James Hicks cabinet, will now become part of artist Brian Clarke’s collection.

Brian Clarke, widely recognised as one of the world’s leading stained glass artists, was the winning bidder of Harry Clarke’s 1921 stained glass panel(...)

Richard Driehaus: ‘The problem is there’s no poetry in modern architecture.’  Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Irish-American philanthropist and collector Richard Driehaus, who has died in his hometown of Chicago, was an apostle of classic archite(...)

Bluebeard’s Last Wife, Harry Clarke stained glass set in a cabinet by James Hicks – Adam’s (€80,000-€120,000).

From mice to musketeers, the rule of three – omne trium perfectum – suggests that a trio of events is far more satisfying than other numbers. This is (...)

The Rocket House, Castletownshend,  west Co Cork.

Last year saw a growing trend of Irish buyers wishing to relocate to west Cork, and it appears that the trend is set to continue this year. There has (...)

Cinema poster of Walt Disney’s Darby O’Gill and the Little People (€100-€150), Fonsie Mealy.

Though mostly binned after the final credits have rolled, cinema posters have become valued items for collectors, with some achieving astronomical pri(...)

Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. RGRE, the company linked to Johnny Ronan, says it owns the six stained glass windows  by Harry Clarke, estimated to be worth €1 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A company connected with property developer Johnny Ronan claims the operator of Bewley’s Café in Dublin’s Grafton Street wants the taxpayer to foot it(...)

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