Fine Arts: Colourful new vistas broaden our artistic horizons
One of Trudy Benson’s 1980s-inspired abstract works is a star turn at Bonham’s latest sale
Some say modern art is all down to the invention of photography. Why attempt to reproduce reality in paint, when the Kodak did it so well?
Photography encouraged the artist’s imagination to soar into the realms of the unknown and the unimaginable – all in glorious colour. We know about Scully, Scott and Crozier, but lockdown offers the chance to explore beyond familiar horizons, to, perhaps, a couple of Cuban artists, members of a short...
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Fine Arts: Stately Seafield gives up its treasures in Sheppard’s sale
The Donabate mansion’s catalogue of fine furniture spanning four centuries will go under the hammer from December 7-10
Fine Arts: O’Hara’s pride and joy up for grabs at Hegarty’s
The Hollywood superstar’s pearl necklace measures 18 inches long and will be the star lot at the December 7 auction
Fine Arts: Many rings to rule them all at O’Reilly’s auction
Between them, the rings featured in the December 8-10 sale contain almost every stone ever mined
Fine Arts: Wade’s world revealed with a delve into the past
The work of Irish artist Jonathan Wade, who died at the age of 31 in 1973, is being celebrated by a triptych of events at the New Theatre in Dublin this week