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Fine Arts: Some appealing vistas from Irish masters Henry and Dillon

Rural landscapes from Paul Henry and Gerard Dillon take pride of place at Morgan O’Driscoll’s latest online sale

5th April, 2020
Morgan O’Driscoll’s latest online sale features the work of Gerard Dillon from the time he spent in rural Ireland in the 1940s.

Bidding is now underway for Morgan O’Driscoll’s current sale. Due to Covid-19, the planned viewings in New York, London, Dublin, and Cork have been cancelled, but the sale goes ahead online.

The leading lot is a work by Paul Henry, Celtic Cross in a West of Ireland Landscape, painted in 1929. Once in the collection of Sean T O’Kelly, president of Ireland from 1945 to 1959, and measuring 61 x 56cm,...

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