Elegance and decadence hold sway at De Veres

The forthcoming De Veres sale offers a fine overview of art and design development through the 20th century.

21st September, 2014

The forthcoming De Veres sale offers a fine overview of art and design development through the 20th century. We have Mainie Jellett before she went to Paris, and Daniel O’Neill when he came back. There’s Louis Le Brocquy in 1944, Basil Blackshaw in 1986, and the furniture section covers the post-war design revolution.

Leading the sale is John Lavery’s portrait, The Viscountess Castlerosse, Palm Springs, 1938, 50.8×61 centimetres (€50,000-€60,000). Doris Delavigne began her...

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