Fine Arts

Strong sales nationwide reflect an art market in rude health

The Bridge at Skibbereen by Jack B Yeats, sold at Adam’s for €440,000

For anyone following the busy June auction calendar the length and breadth of the country, it is obvious that the fine arts market is in rude health and has recovered from the impact and disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Another interesting observation from the recent series of art sales is the acumen of auctioneers, with the majority of works selling within estimate, demonstrating a solid and stable market.

A brief review of the fine ...