From dogs to Dalí, latest Gormleys sale has it all
A Louis Le Brocquy 1989 watercolour of Samuel Beckett leads off the ongoing online auction
Gormley’s current online art auction casts a wide net, from the traditionally familiar, such as Markey Robinson’s Looking out to Sea, 28 x 42cm (£1,000-£1,500) and Maurice C Wilks’s On Mulroy Bay, Donegal, 30 x 41cm (£1,000-£2,000), to the stridently modern, such as Brendan Jamison’s Artopoly, his take on the board game Monopoly, the street names replaced by Art Galleries in Northern Ireland, 180 x 180cm (£4,000-£6,000), and Damien Hirst’s blast of primary colour ...
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Fine Arts: Mid Century Modern auction has art for sale on a grand scale
Joseph Walsh’s Lilium I table is on view in the Throne Room of Dublin Castle and is expected to realise €100,000-€150,000