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Sales Results

Results at Morgan O'Driscoll's latest sale show a demand for contemporary sculpture.

22nd June, 2014

Results at Morgan O’Driscoll’s latest sale show a demand for contemporary sculpture, with 99 per cent sold and the top five lots all by living Irish artists. With a packed auction room and 535 bidders from 23 countries on the internet, 80 per cent of successful bids were Irish.

Highest price paid was €13,000 for John Behan’s Ghost Famine Ship. Stephen Mackowen’s life-size donkey made €6,000, and his life-size Irish wolfhound €5,500. Alice Maher’s Dome...

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