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.
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By Ros Drinkwater Fine Arts 4 years ago
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
By By Ros Drinkwater There’s one day left to bid on Morgan O’Driscoll’s first online auction of 2015, which comprises 292 lots of Irish and international works by artists such as Daniel O’Neill, Arthur K Maderson and Kenneth Webb. 4 years ago