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    The Turn of the Road by Paul Henry made 80,000 at Whyte's on Monday, May 31

    THE Whyte’s sale in Dublin on Monday, May 31 brought in over one million euro and achieved a 90 per cent sell through rate. The top lots were Paul Henry’s The Turn of the Road which made 80,000 and Tony O’Malley’s Spectral Garden, Bahamas, which made 38,000.

    It was a good sale for contemporary Irish artists with works by Tony O’Malley, Gerard Dillon, ┬áJohn Shinnors, Hughie O’Donoghue, William Crozier, Charlie Tyrell and Patrick Scott all hotly contested.

    Tony O'Malley's Spectral Garden, Bahamas, 1987 made 38,000 at Whyte's on May 31, 2010

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