Yeats work is in a glass of its own

With the recent prices achieved, the fine art and antiques merry-go-round is at full throttle.

8th October, 2011

With the recent prices achieved, the fine art and antiques merry-go-round is at full throttle. At Adam’s, a Jack B Yeats painting went for €1 million, the highest price ever paid for a work of art in Ireland, while at Sheppard’s, a Beijing collector paid €69,000 for a pair of Chinese chairs. This week all eyes are on Whyte’s, where the star lot is Rescue Men, a dramatic image of men rowing in heaving seas...

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