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Orange cats, harlequin cellists and Galway hookers take the stage at Dolan’s Easter sale

14th April, 2019
Orange Cat by Graham Knuttel

Nothing adds tone to an interior quite like an Aubusson tapestry. Graham Knuttel crashes the genre into the 21st century with Orange Cat, a headline lot at Dolan’s sale in Ballyconneely on Easter Sunday. Inscribed Tapisserie D’Aubusson-Felletin, it measures 178.5 x 145.5 and is expected to fetch €7,500-€12,500.

For those who prefer art along more traditional lines, there’s a feast of Connemara images, Cecil Maguire’s Galway Hooker off Roundstone, 1986 (The...

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