Osborne takes centre stage at Whyte’s sale

Addressing the Institute of Certified Public Accountants Leinster Society last week, James O’Halloran of Adam’s recounted how, when the Irish art market peaked in 2007 with sales in excess of €50 million, many serious and long-term collectors bowed o

21st November, 2009

Addressing the Institute of Certified Public Accountants Leinster Society last week, James O’Halloran of Adam’s recounted how, when the Irish art market peaked in 2007 with sales in excess of €50 million, many serious and long-term collectors bowed out.

With prices now nudging back to 2001-2003 levels, we are seeing the return of those collectors to a market that offers real value for money.

November’s packed calendar continues with Dolan’s Art Auction...

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