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Long -lost Paul Henry drawings catch the eye

The busy auction season will get off to a flying start with Morgan O’Driscoll’s RDS sale

6th September, 2015
La Ruche Etude by Micheal Farrell

Dublin’s packed auction house autumn season kicks off next week, with Morgan O’Driscoll’s Irish and International Art at the RDS.

Two headline lots never seen in public and making their auction debut are recently discovered early works by Paul Henry, acquired from the artist and taken to New Zealand during the 1940s. Both are charcoal depictions, Boy With A Flute, 52×28.5 centimetres, circa 1910, and Woman With Fagots, 1904,...

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