Henry and Yeats paint a pretty picture at Whyte’s
The two Irish masters lead the upcoming sale with bucolic landscapes and intimate studies
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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Fine Arts: Dolan’s first online auction is full of delights
Exquisite works of shimmer and shade by the likes of George ‘Æ’ Russell and Cecil Maguire take centre stage at Dolan’s timed online sale