Le Brocquy’s iconic tapestry leads Morgan O’Driscoll sale
The late artist’s 1974 work Cavanagh, an Aubusson tapestry, is so spectacular that it needs to be seen in person to be believed
Oil paintings by Jack B Yeats, Paul Henry, Basil Blackshaw, Roderic O’Conor and John Lavery, screenprints by Banksy and Andy Warhol, and a magnificent Aubusson tapestry by Louis Le Brocquy, are among the headline lots at Morgan O’Driscoll’s Dublin sale next week.
Making its auction debut with an estimate of €100,000-€150,000, the Le Brocquy tapestry, entitled Cavanagh, leads the sale. It is well worth attending a viewing to see...
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