Saturday November 28, 2020

Major Irish works are beginning to shift again

At long last the wind of change is blowing through Dublin's salerooms.

27th November, 2004

At long last the wind of change is blowing through Dublin's salerooms.

For some time the lament of the fine art aucioneer has been that no one is selling,but a glance at what as gone, and what is due to go under the hammer this month and next surely signals distinct shift of key from minor to major.

The star lot at Whytes this week is an important Roderic O'Conor landscape A Tree in...

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