Henry and Yeats paint a pretty picture at Whyte’s

The two Irish masters lead the upcoming sale with bucolic landscapes and intimate studies

20th September, 2020
The Little Book by Jack B Yeats

The best art auctions are a happy marriage of theatre and commerce, with the attendees a combination of art lovers and individuals seeking to make a shrewd investment. An important element is the running order.

For its first autumn auction, Whyte’s begins with a splendid array of Irish landscapes by masters of the genre, a timely reminder of where we are, and why we choose to be here.

Leading the sale is a...

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