Irish masters take on London

A previously unknown watercolour by Jack B Yeats and John Lavery’s languid take on Venetian society are set to wow the crowds

23rd December, 2014

A recently discovered oil by Jack B Yeats, sculpture by FE McWilliam, two early works by John Lavery, and a 2013 abstract by Sean Scully are among the Irish lots due to go under the hammer in London this month.

In Bonham’s British & Irish Art, highlights include Roderic O’Conor’s Paysage Breton, painted in 1894, the year he struck up his friendship with Paul Gauguin and produced what is widely regarded as his best work. Not...

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