John Ross & Company
Short Guide to One of Northern Ireland's Most Prestigious Auction Houses of Fine Art.

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John Ross & Company: Art Auctioneers

Long established as Northern Ireland's preeminent firm of auctioneers, Ross's holds a regular auction of Irish art four times a year. These quarterly art auctions encompass drawings, sketches, oil painting, watercolours, stained glass art, sculpture, items of ceramic art, rare porcelain and numerous objects d'art. Its fine art pictures include works of landscape, portraiture, still life, genre painting and contemporary compositions from leading international and Irish artists.

With its wealth of experience in the Irish art market, John Ross & Company has represented government bodies, institutions, corporate and private clients, offering arguably the finest picture hanging space of any auction house in Ireland. For its art auctions, it draws from collections across Northern Ireland and beyond. All art sales take place in the main sale room on the ground floor.

Viewing Hours For Irish Art Auctions

Monday 7pm-9pm - by Invitation Only
Tuesday 10am-8.30pm - Public Viewing
Wednesday 10am-5pm (Irish Art Auction Night)

Latest Information

For up to date details of forthcoming arts auctions, salesroom viewing, as well as information on Ross's services for art collectors and sellers concerning valuations, full/residual house clearances etc., please contact:

John Ross & Company
37 Montgomery Street
County Antrim
N. Ireland
Phone: 028-9032-5448
Fax: 028-9033-3642

Other fine art auction houses in Ireland include: Adam's, de Veres, Loughlin Bowe, and Whytes.

Top Auction Sales

For details of record prices achieved by artists from Ireland, see: Most Expensive Irish Paintings. For a comparison with international art prices, see: Top 10 Most Expensive Paintings. For a complete listing of the most valuable works, see: Top 20 Most Expensive Paintings.

• For more about the Irish art market, see: Homepage.
• For more about the Irish cultural infrastructure, see: Visual Arts in Ireland.

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