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  • A KERRY LAKE BY PAUL HENRY SELLS FOR A HAMMER PRICE OF 74,000

    A Kerry Lake by Paul Henry was the top lot at Morgan O’Driscoll’s Irish and International art auction in Dublin. It made a hammer price of 74,000 against an estimate of 60,000-80,000. A charcoal on paper by the same artist, Man Crossing a Bog, made 16,000 in a successful auction where most lots found buyers.  A watercolour by Sean Scully entitled 3.17.02 sold for 29,000 and Colorado Springs by Lord of the Dance turned visual artist Michael Flatley sold for 42,000. Markey Robinson’s Going to Mass sold for 11,000 and Bunbeg, Co. Donegal by Letitia Marion Hamilton sold for a hammer price of 15,000.

    Paul Henry - A Kerry Lake sold for a hammer price of 74,000

    Paul Henry – A Kerry Lake sold for a hammer price of 74,000

    Letitia Marion Hamilton - Bunbeg, Co. Donegal (c1949) sold for 15,000 at hammer.

    Letitia Marion Hamilton – Bunbeg, Co. Donegal (c1949) sold for 15,000 at hammer.

    Sean Scully - 3,17.02 sold for 29,000 at hammer.

    Sean Scully – 3,17.02 sold for 29,000 at hammer.

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