Peter Curling

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Top of the sales lists was Jack B Yeats, whose Morning Glory rose above its top estimate to make €175,000 (€80,000–€120,000)

Is Irish art finally coming out of the shadow of recession and back into the sun? There were certainly some glittering prices at Whyte’s Important Ir(...)

Jack B Yeats: From The Woods Shadow, €80,000-€120,000.

Appropriately timed to coincide with the week of St Patrick’s Day, de Veres art auctioneers in Dublin is launching a sale of “quintessentially Irish” (...)

 “Cottages, Connemara” by Paul Henry   (€120,000-€180,000)  is photographed beside a bottle of champagne   to show bidders the scale of the painting

Skibbereen, Co Cork-based Morgan O’Driscoll art auctioneers is the only Irish auction house to hold sale previews in London. Viewing of the latest sal(...)

View from Howth by Sir William Orpen, estimated at £80,000- £120,000

Sotheby’s first auction in London dedicated to Irish Art took place 20 years ago, in 1995, and quickly became established as an annual landmark eve(...)

‘Horse With Jockey Up’ by Basil Blackshaw

All three major Dublin auction houses will hold their first art auctions of the autumn season on consecutive evenings beginning on Monday. Viewing (...)

Detail from ‘Hell for Leather’ by Peter Curling: the oil-on-canvas painting has an estimate of €25,000-€35,000

The last major painting by renowned equestrian artist Peter Curling to appear at auction was Horse Fair at Goresbridge which sold by de Veres in June (...)

‘Horse Fair at Goresbridge’ by Peter Curling was sold for €31,000 de Veres art auction at Buswell’s Hotel

A telephone bidder “calling from the car park at Royal Ascot” on Tuesday evening failed to secure a painting titled Horse Fair at Goresbridge by Peter(...)

‘Horse Fair at Goresbridge’, an oil on canvas by Peter Curling is estimated at €20,000-€25,000 at de Vere’s auction

After successful sales at Adam’s and Whyte’s, the last of the “big three” summer art auctions in Dublin takes place on Bloomsday at de Veres. Viewing (...)

The Long Road Home, Connemara   by Patrick Hennessy, €7,000-€10,000, at Adam’s

Irish racegoers returning from Cheltenham this weekend – those who didn’t lose their shirt – might consider investing some of their winnings (...)

‘Portrait of George Dyer Talking’ by Francis Bacon which sold for £42.2 million at Christie’s, London.

Auction results Saturday, February 8th (...)

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