Jack B Yeats

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A Jack B Yeats painting owned by the late  David Bowie is to be auctioned soon. Sleep Sound, an oil-on-canvas measuring 18x 24 inches, has been valued at up to £180,000 (€208,000) and is to be sold by Sotheby’s in London in November.

An important painting by Jack B Yeats has come to light in the private collection of the late British pop star David Bowie. Sleep Sound, an oil-on-c(...)

The Liffey Swim by Jack B Yeats (1923), which won a silver medal at the Paris Olympics of 1924. Photograph:  National Gallery of Ireland

The athletes arch their limbs as they propel themselves through the murky channel. The tumult and excitement of the crowd is visible on the scant few (...)

The Weir by Jack B Yeats, an oil-on-panel measuring nine inches by 14 inches and dating from 1944 is estimated at £40,000-£60,000.

The personal art collection of the Dublin-born London art dealer, the late Leslie Waddington, is to be auctioned by Christie’s this autumn. Leslie W(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A record number of participants braved the chilly Liffey waters in Dublin city for the country’s largest open river swim on Saturday. Now in its 97th(...)

Furze finds: Portrait de femme au chapeau [Portrait of a woman wearing a hat], by Sir John Lavery; The Fern in the Area, by Jack B Yeats; and Landscape with Cottage, by Paul Henry.

Three stolen Irish paintings found in a bin bag dumped in a ditch in Co Wicklow last summer are to be auctioned in London this autumn. Sotheby’s sai(...)

Paul Henry’s “Connemara Landscape”, a traditional image of thatched cottages, turf stacks and cumulous clouds, made €100,000

Summer may have just begun but all three main Dublin art auctioneers have already wrapped up their summer sales. So, as the half-way point of 2016 app(...)

‘A View of Semur-en-Auxois’ whichde Veres sold for €41,000

Most art is bought for pleasure not investment. Paintings that appreciate significantly in value are few and far between. And the capital appreciation(...)

‘[Miscellaneous Objects], North Bray Harbour, County Wicklow’ by Harry Kernoff

Bray in Co Wicklow used to be a popular – even fashionable – seaside resort until the Irish public realised that guaranteed sunshine was just a short(...)

‘The Birds are on the Move’, with an estimated value of €60,000- €80,000, was owned by a former Swiss ambassador to Ireland, Guy de Keller. It dates from 1955.

Two paintings by Jack B Yeats – one unseen by the public for 70 years and the other returning to Ireland after 45 years in a private collection overse(...)

Soldiers survey the interior of the GPO in Sackville Street, Dublin, during the 1916 Easter Rising. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

A new website containing details of thousands of compensation claims by individuals and businesses following the 1916 Easter Rising has been launched (...)

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