Tuesday January 28, 2020

Irish art returns home

Irish art returning to the Irish market after a sojourn in the United States is a trend to be welcomed.

16th April, 2005

Irish art returning to the Irish market after a sojourn in the United States is a trend to be welcomed. The more Ireland is recognised as the best place to sell Irish art, the less likely vendors will be to take their works to the US when the new “droit de suite'‘ tax comes into force.

Several examples can be found in Whyte's forthcoming sale.

The catalogue cover image, Girl Hiding by Gerald...

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