A good result from Irish Art Auction at DeVeres on Tuesday 26th March with over 80% sold and a full house at the auction and active bidding on the internet, which becomes ever more popular. The leading price being the early Jack B Yeats, Tralee, 1924, 14″ x 18″ oil, selling on the day to a telephone bidder at €180,000 + fees; The Mainie Jellet, Two Elements, 33 1/2 ” x 26″, saw stiff competition and pushed the price to €56,000 + fees; Louis Le Brocquy, Woman (1958), oil, 36″ x 28 1/4″ sold for at the lower estimate at €40,000 + fees; Daniel O’Neill, Near Ballyferriter, Co Kerry, the phone bidder stood his ground against the room and purchased this picture for €25,000 + fees against a pre-sale estimate of 10/15,000. The William John Leech, A Balcony, Grasse, 18″ x 14″, well surpassed it auction estimate of €20/30,000 selling on the night for €46,000 + fees. These are a few of the good prices on the night and the team at DeVeres were very pleased with the outcome. On to the next one!