A striking wool tapestry due to go under the hammer at Morgan O’Driscoll’s in Cork had the most unlikely genesis.
Hands Across the Border was made by Gerard Dillon between 1940 and 1950 while he was on the Aran Islands in the company of fellow artists George Campbell and James McIntyre.
When the trio ran out of paint, Campbell and McIntyre caught the boat to the mainland, intending to sell a few paintings,...
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