We are currently compiling the catalogue for a very important auction of Irish and International art on 26 September next at the RDS Dublin.
If you have art of quality and value to sell this will be an ideal opportunity to achieve a good result, given the present strong market. All Whyte’s auctions are broadcast globally on the internet with online live bidding. Sample catalogue and our informative brochure on client services sent on request.
Whyte’s international clientele has an insatiable appetite for Irish art of the highest quality. If you are thinking of selling contact Adelle Hughes or Peter Whyte at 01 676 2888 or firstname.lastname@example.org for informed advice and valuations, given in the strictest confidence.
Entries close soon for the September sale so contact us now if interested in consigning.
Illustrated: F.E. McWilliam ‘WOMAN KNEELING’
26 September 2016, Estimate: €100,000-€150,000
There are only a few lots left unsold and available at low reserve prices – see the listing online at http://www.whytes.ie
[Illustrated: Lot 12 Liam O’Neill, sold for €3,400]
ONLINE SUMMER ART AUCTION – MONDAY 25 JULY 2016
ABSENTEE BIDDING CLOSES 3PM MONDAY 25 JULY 2016
AUCTION: Monday 25 July 2016 at 6pm (18.00 BST)
VIEWING CONTINUES: Saturday 23 July & Monday 25 July, 10am to 5pm here at 38 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
This sale will be an Internet sale with live on-line bidding throughout via the following websites:
For absentee bidding, please email email@example.com or contact us by telephone on (+3531) 676 2888
Step out of the sun for a moment & enjoy Whyte’s Summer Art Auction.
NOW ON VIEW in our Galleries at 38 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
|We are currently inviting final consignments to our Eclectic Collector auction which will be held on 17 September 2016.
We will be accepting entries to this sale up until Friday, 15 July 2016.
For further information, contact Stuart Purcell on +353 1 676 2888 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Items already consigned include historical manuscripts, documents and artefacts, also medals, militaria, coins, banknotes, postcards, stamps, ephemera, sporting and entertainment etc.
Top prices were paid for two Paul Henry works at €100,000 and €82,000 respectively. Seán Keating’s 1924 painting, entitled Salud (illustrated), sold for €52,000 and Gerard Dillon’s West Of Ireland Couple And Horses made €36,000. Another Dillon, The Fish Eaters went for €24,000. Harry Kernoff’s evocative painting of Bray Harbour in the 1930s sold for €28,000 and his busy scene at Store Street, Dublin made €16,000.
More contemporary works were Tony O’Malley’s Pond Reverie which brought €22,000, Barrie Cooke’s large tryptych, Forest, which sold for €18,000 and John Shinnors’ Trapeze I which brought €16,000.
Our next art auction is on 25 July – an internet sale with viewing at our Molesworth Street galleries.
OUR IMPORTANT IRISH ART AUCTION STARTS TONIGHT AT 6PM!
Live bidding available throughout – see www.whytes.ie
Viewing continues here at The RDS, Ballsbridge (Anglesea Road Entrance) all day.
Illustrated Lot No. 75 Donald Teskey RHA (b.1956)
OCEAN FREQUENCY DIPTYCH, 2012
oil on canvas
signed lower right
72 x 128 in.