Getting a foot on the collecting ladder
Morgan O’Driscoll’s Off The Wall online auction, which ends on July 5, offers works at affordable prices
When Barney Eastwood bought his first painting, had he any idea what a glorious journey he was embarking on? Probably not.
For those on a limited budget, two Irish online sales ending this week offer works at affordable prices, the purchase of one which could be the initial step on a journey guaranteed to give lifelong pleasure.
First up is Morgan O’Driscoll’s Off The Wall online auction – bidding ends tomorrow.
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