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Hidden gems in family photos

Hidden gems in family photos

Important photographs regularly fetch five figure sums at auction, but images of much humbler provenance can give great pleasure to a collector – and have market value as an investment for the future.

Landscapes, lobsters and Le Rat at Whyte’s sale

Landscapes, lobsters and Le Rat at Whyte’s sale

Leading Whyte’s first sale of the year is an archetypal oil by Paul Henry from the 1940s: Landscape, Connemara, 37.47 × 48.26 centimetres, estimate €60,000-€70,000. A second Irish lot is arguably Daniel O’Neill’s most compelling portrait, a study in

Fine Arts: Events calendar

Fine Arts: Events calendar

What is going on in the world of Fine Arts

Fine Arts: Object of desire

Fine Arts: Object of desire

Nifty items for thrifty collectors

Nifty items for thrifty collectors

Ali memorabilia expected to fetch a knockout price

Ali memorabilia expected to fetch a knockout price

Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Object of desire

Object of desire

Creating tomorrow’s antiques, today

Creating tomorrow’s antiques, today

The year of Irish Design will present collectors with plenty of opportunities to invest in the heirlooms of tomorrow

Saleroom briefs

Saleroom briefs

Auction Results

Auction Results

Object of Desire

Object of Desire

Gentlemen prefer billiard balls made from mammoth ivory

Gentlemen prefer billiard balls made from mammoth ivory

Street art comes in from the cold

Street art comes in from the cold

Ros Drinkwater Don’t miss the revolution: Banksy and St Leger set for Whytes auction

Latest sales offer a colourful collection

Latest sales offer a colourful collection