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Irish Art Sales

William Scott, Blue Still Life sold by Whyte’s on 29 May 2017 lot 58 for €450,000
Sir John Lavery, The Summit of the Jungfrau sold by Sotheby’s on 27 September 2017 lot 314 for £170,000
Paul Henry Ferriters Cove, Kerry sold by Bonhams on 14 June 2017 lot 33 for £160,000
Jack B Yeats, The Night Has Gone sold by de Veres on 21 November 2017 lot 46 for €255,000
Jack B Yeats, By Merrion Strand sold by Adam’s on 22 November 2017 lot 62 for €450,000

 

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Notes


– The Price Guide is an index of all sale results received for Irish Pictures sold (in excess of €3,000/Stg£2,600) sold in the principal Dublin and London auction houses since 1994.
– Prices are quoted in local currency.
– In the case of James Adam, de Veres, Whyte’s and other Irish salerooms, the prices are hammer prices and do not include the buyer’s premium (on average, 15%).
– Sales in British auction houses prior to 2013 include the buyer’s premium. Sales in British auction houses in 2013 and onwards do not include the buyer’s premium.
– Unsold pictures, and pictures which fetched less than €3,000/Stg£2,600 are not included.
– Photography, stained-glass, tapestries, etc are not listed.

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