Tuesday October 20, 2020

Fine Arts: Whyte’s auction goes virtual under Level 3

The Irish and International Art sale will use a very modern medium to present works which represent an older rural Ireland

10th October, 2020
Whytes Donald Teskey

Previewed on this page on September 20, Whyte’s Important Irish and International Art sale, which was due to take place at the RDS on September 28, fell foul of the Level 3 restrictions in Dublin. It has been rescheduled to take place as a virtual auction on October 19.

Revisiting the catalogue, it strikes one what an invaluable record it presents of a rural Ireland which mostly only exists in the memory, or in works such as...

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