Bidders’ chance to grab the bulls by the horns

The potent image of the bull has inspired artists for millenniums.

29th June, 2014

The potent image of the bull has inspired artists for millenniums, and Morgan O’Driscoll’s current online art auction has several good examples. The best-known Irish depictions are John Behan’s magnificent bronzes, but the sale offers a more affordable option, a mixed media painting, Figure of a Bull, 55x75 centimetres, signed by Behan and dated 2006 (€700-€1,000). There is also Stella Styne’s large oil, Bull Fight, 103x128.5 centimetres (€800-€1,200); a unique copper sculpture by William Robinson,...

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