Fine Arts: A late Yeats steals the show at Whyte’s
Shouting, painted by Jack B Yeats in 1950, is expected to realise between €1.5 million and €2 million on November 29
Oh, to have been a fly on the wall when Victor Waddington first exhibited the works of Jack B Yeats at his Dublin gallery in 1943 – what a tale that insect could tell.
Waddington was blessed with an eye to recognise Yeats’ talent, but did he foresee the calibre of the works yet to come, and the kind of prices they would fetch in 2021? Whyte’s has a late work from 1950, Shouting, 101.60 x...
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