Top prices for Irish art at Dublin auction

Glengarriff, West Cork by Letitia Marion Hamilton sold for a hammer price of €15,000 at Morgan O’Driscoll’s successful Irish and international art auction in Dublin on Monday evening.

Aided by no less than three works by Paul Henry, the 161-lot sale grossed over €1m.

It was O’Driscoll’s most successful art auction ever and his best result since March 2008.

The top lot of the sale, Evening in Achill by Paul Henry, made a hammer price of €135,000.

Top prices for Irish art at Dublin auction

Glengarriff, West Cork by Letitia Hamilton in full.


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