Jack B Yeats

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Hot Weather/Hot Day by Jack B Yeats sold for €27,500 at O’Driscoll’s, less than its lower estimate, €30,000- €40,000

Monday, December 2nd Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers, Irish art auction. 73 per cent of lots sold. Hot Weather/ Hot Day by Jack B Yeats, €27,500 (€30,00(...)

The Emigrants’ Last Farewell (€1,000-€1,500) by Alfred Grey

Adam’s will hold the last big Irish art sale of the year in Dublin on Wednesday evening. The auctioneer David Britton said there were “green shoots ap(...)

Little Peggy by the Cork artist Charles Henry Cook (€7,000-€10,000)

West Cork auctioneer Morgan O’Driscoll is holding an Irish art auction in Dublin on Monday, December 2nd, at 6pm in the Clyde Court Hotel in Ballsbri(...)

Maiden Hurdle, Clonmel by Peter Curling, €15,000-€25,000 at Whyte’s

This week’s auctions of post-war and contemporary art in New York saw vast sums spent by bidders at Christie’s and Sotheby’s for paintings by artists (...)

A section of Roscommon-born artist Roderic O’Conor’s Red Rocks, Brittany, which has a top estimate of £120,000 – down from £250,000 in 2011.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has slashed the prices of paintings handed over by “Celtic Tiger” financier Derek Quinlan in a second at(...)

Private Wealth Management

‘I don’t approve of what Wall Street and the wealthy have done to this country, but they are the very ones buying my paintings.” The quote, from Ameri(...)

James Scallon  passing the Custom House during the Dublin City Liffey Swim .Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Clad in speedos, yellow swimming hats and little else the first competitors dived in into this year’s Liffey Swim with fervour after Lord Mayor Oisín (...)

‘A Farm in County Down’ by Paul Henry

Since the economy crashed in 2008, the Irish fine art and antiques market has experienced a flight to quality and search for safe-haven status. The mo(...)

A Fair Day, Mayo by Jack B Yeats sold for €1 million in 2011, the highest figure paid at auction for a work of art in Ireland

The Irish fine art and antiques market was worth an estimated €50 million last year. That’s a drop of about 50 per cent since the peak of the boom (...)

The final big auctions in London before the summer wind-down saw interesting results for the Irish lots. At Sotheby’s literature sale, a set of six ex(...)

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