Paul Henry

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Brigid of Kildare: a fearless negotiator who secured women’s property rights, and freed trafficked women

History is filled with stories of great deeds, the exploits of rebels, patriots and politicians, writers and artists, scientists and innovators. They (...)

Picasso portrait of one of his muses, Marie-Thérèse Walter,  sold for €56.7 million at Sotheby’s Bond Street salerooms

A Picasso portrait of one of his muses, Marie-Thérèse Walter, that had never been seen on the market, has sold for €56.7 million. The painting, which (...)

Those hardy Irish souls who swim in the sea – regardless of weather – will surely identify with the figures in a Jack B Yeats painting Old Men Bathing(...)

The Boyne Viaduct poster by Roger O’Reilly which will be showcased at Gifted Contemporary Craft and Design Fair at the RDS

Vintage travel posters are among the most highly sought-after collectibles just now. At Christies of London this week, Zermatt – an Art Deco lithograp(...)

By Merrion Strand is an oil-on-canvas, dating from the late 1920s

Adam’s Irish art sale on Wednesday, November 22nd just like the previous evening’s auction at de Veres – leads with Jack B Yeats whose By Merrion Stra(...)

Lot 46, “The Night has Gone” by Jack B Yeats: has an estimate of €250,000-€350,000.

The first of the big Dublin winter art auctions takes place at de Veres on Tuesday, November 21st, and includes two major oil paintings by Jack B Yeat(...)

‘West of Ireland Bog’ by Paul Henry  made €100,000 at Whyte’s – the top price in the Dublin autumn art auctions

Paul Henry’s west of Ireland landscapes dominated the Dublin sales and Francis Bacon hit a rare stumbling block in London. Auctioneers have reason to (...)

Elizabeth Magill with her work. Photograph: Hugo Glendinning

Can you ever have such a thing as too much beauty? Elizabeth Magill thinks you can. “Yeah, absolutely,” the artist laughs, describing how she treats a(...)

‘Portrait of Mary Barron Tottie’ by Sir John Lavery sold for €24,000

Auction Results Monday (October 2nd) Whyte’s Irish & International Art auction, RDS, Dublin 4. Some 79 per cent of the 180 lots sold. Lot 21, Wes(...)


Paul Henry wasn’t the first visitor to fall for the west of Ireland, but few have been more inadvertently influential in marketing the region’s appeal(...)

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