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Anglo Irish Art Collection

Posted in News on 6th February 2012

Hopes that Anglo Irish Bank’s art collection might raise vital money for the state have been dashed on discovery that of the 320 pieces that the State took ownership...

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Search For Favourite Painting

Posted in News on 5th February 2012

RTE has launched a search for Ireland’s favourite painting.  This painting must be hanging in a gallery and inspire or move you in some way.  Suggestions will be narrowed...

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Selling Silver For Scrap

Posted in News on 5th February 2012

Antique Dealers have come together to urge people not to sell Irish silver, (which has a worldwide reputation for quality), for scrap no matter what price is offered.  People...

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Charles Lamb Exhibition

Posted in News on 4th February 2012

An exhibition of Charles Lamb paintings, (The Lamb In Connemara Exhibition), is running in Adams Ava Gallery, Bangor, Co. Down and will run until February 24th.  The 38 paintings are...

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New Exhibition Centre For Belfast

Posted in News on 4th February 2012

Belfast will open the doors of its new exhibition centre in April at a cost of £18 million.  The Metropolitan Arts Centre will be popularly known as the MAC...

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Most Expensive Painting In The World

Posted in News on 4th February 2012

Despite months of speculation curiosity in the Art world can now be sated by the knowledge that the most expensive painting in the world is Cezanne’s “The Card Players”. ...

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Bronze of Mary McAleese

Posted in News on 1st February 2012

A bronze bust of our ex-president, Mary McAleese, will be unveiled in the coming weeks when it will take its place beside other busts of our presidents in the...

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Mona Lisa Copy

Posted in News on 1st February 2012

Experts in Madrid have discovered that a painting believed to have been from a date after Leonardo Da Vinci’s death is actually a painting by one of Da Vinci’s students...

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Condition Vs Provenance?

Posted in News on 30th January 2012

A white porcelain imperfect Meissen lioness created a stir when it sold for €1,100,000.00 in Lempertz auction rooms in Germany.  The lioness was fired in one piece and is seated on...

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Elizabeth Taylor Painting

Posted in News on 26th January 2012

A painting owned by Elizabeth Taylor sold for $2million in Christies auction in New York.  “Portrait of a Man” was painted by the Dutch Master Frans Hals in 1630s.  Previously owned by...

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