Auction of Irish art in Flat Rock

A small town in North Carolina will be the unlikely venue for a major auction of Irish art next month.

20th January, 2007

A small town in North Carolina will be the unlikely venue for a major auction of Irish art next month. The pieces on sale are expected to fetch about $1 million (€770,000).

Among the works that will go under the hammer in Flat Rock, North Carolina, are four watercolours by Louis Le Brocquy and two oil paintings by Jack B Yeats. Other Irish painters represented include Nano Reid, Nathaniel Hone and Gerald Dillon. The sale will...

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