Jack B Yeats and Paul Henry lead Bonham's sale

Fresh to the market, maritime art by Jack B Yeats and Paul Henry leads the Irish section of Bonham's Modern British and Irish Art sale in London this month.

11th May, 2014
Gerard Dillon's The Currach (€24,000-€37,000)

Fresh to the market, maritime art by Jack B Yeats and Paul Henry leads the Irish section of Bonham’s Modern British and Irish Art sale in London this month. Both will be on view at Bonham’s in Dublin today until May 14. First exhibited in 1919, Jack B Yeats’ Island Men Returning depicts two curraghs heading into the treacherous stretch of the Atlantic between the Connemara mainland and the Aran Islands. In a private Canadian...

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