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Top lots at Whyte’s from Northern duo

Whyte’s first sale of the year offers 266 lots, with estimates ranging from €200 to €30,000.

6th March, 2010

Whyte’s first sale of the year offers 266 lots, with estimates ranging from €200 to €30,000.

While the majority of the works have affordable estimates, the two top lots - both by Belfast artists - are expected to realise €20,000 to €30,000.

The first is Daniel O’Neill’s brooding portrait of a young woman wearing a mantilla and the ubiquitous golden earrings, Gypsy Girl. The second is an outstanding Colin Middleton oil, a surreal depiction...

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