Tuesday October 20, 2020

A treasure trove for Irish art-lovers

This month sees a new event in the international art calendar with Sotheby’s first dedicated sale of Post War and Contemporary Irish Art, comprising 96 lots of paintings, sculptures and photography, 79 of which are by living artists.

14th October, 2006

This month sees a new event in the international art calendar with Sotheby’s first dedicated sale of Post War and Contemporary Irish Art, comprising 96 lots of paintings, sculptures and photography, 79 of which are by living artists.

Estimates range from €1,500-€52,000.

The bonus of a sale aimed at buyers who may be new to the genre is a catalogue with texts that are much more in-depth than is the norm. Typical are...

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