Whyte’s specialists will be at The Little Museum of Dublin (15 St. Stephen’s Green) this Saturday from 11am to 4pm offering free Art and Collectibles Valuations.
All welcome, no appointment necessary!
Whyte’s launched the 2015 art auction season with strong results last night. Eager bidders battled it out for works by Paul Henry, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Staunton Cahill, Tony O’Malley, May Guinness (illustrated) and a host of both classic and contemporary sculpture.
There are still some beautiful works available at attractive low reserve prices. Don’t miss the excellent value in examples by (amongst others) Frank Egginton, Louis le Brocquy, Seán McSweeney and Charles J. McAuley.
DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR VALUATION DAY AT ‘THE LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLIN’ THIS SATURDAY, 28 FEBRUARY!
Whyte’s experts will offer FREE VALUATIONS of art and historical collectibles between 11am and 4pm.
WE ARE INVITING ENTRIES FOR OUR HISTORY, LITERATURE & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION IN APRIL 2014
Contact Stuart Purcell for further details. Tel: +353 1 676 2888 email@example.com
We are viewing today until 6pm, when the auction will commence in the RDS, Ballsbridge (Anglesea Road Entrance).
ON-LINE LIVE BIDDING IS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE AUCTION AND AT NO EXTRA COST.
See www.whytes.ie for further details.
We will hold an auction of Irish & International Art of exceptional quality at the RDS on Monday 23 February at 6pm. Viewing will be open to the public from Saturday to Monday 21 to 23 February, 10am to 6pm. Art aficionados can expect an eclectic collection of nearly 200 lots comprising genre scenes from the 1870s to iconic views of the West by Paul Henry. Modernist examples by the well-known Irish names will be complemented by international stars such as Roy Lichtenstein and street art by Banksy and a debut appearance by Irish artist/activist Will St Leger among others.