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    FONSIE MEALY’S SALE IS BRIMFUL OF INTEREST

    Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

    From  the Laytown Races in 1993 by Peter Curling to an elegant George IV Irish serving table Fonsie Mealy’s sale in Castlecomer on March 7  is brimful of interest.  The variety of lots on offer ranges from a 19th century carved Chinese ivory chess set (700-900) to silver, rugs, antique furniture and art including a preparatory study attributed to Sir Frederic William Burton for The Meeting on the Turret Stairs at the National Gallery of Ireland.  An early 19th century Killarney davenport is estimated at 6,000-8,000.  Around 600 lots are to be sold.  Viewing gets underway tomorrow and the auction is also online.

    19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY PAGODA  UPDATE: THIS MADE 200 AT HAMMER

    Peter Curling, Irish (b. 1955) Signed Coloured Print: “The Laytown Races, 1993  UPDATE: THIS MADE 260 AT HAMMER

    GEORGE IV IRISH SERVING TABLE  UPDATE: THIS MADE 2,300 AT HAMMER

    An early 19th century Killarney davenport  UPDATE: THIS MADE 6,700 AT HAMMER

    A HOUSE SALE BY DE VERES AT KILLINEY

    Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

    Around 350 lots will come under the hammer when de Veres auction the contents of Ballybrack House, Killiney, Co. Dublin on December 3 at 3 p.m. Racing art in the auction include a selection of paintings by Peter Curling, hunting and Snaffles prints and a bronze bust of Lester Piggott by Gary Trimble. There is a selection of 18th and 19th century furniture.  The catalogue is online.  Here is a small selection:

    A PAIR OF STONE ARMORIAL LIONS (1,000-1,500)

    Peter Curling FACING IN TO THEM (15,000-20,000)

    A MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE, MID 19th CENTURY (1,500-2,000)

    A LARGE BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET (1,500-2,000)

    BLACKSHAW STUDIO AND ICONIC POET PORTRAIT AT JAMES ADAM

    Friday, March 24th, 2017
    With 40 lots from the studio of Basil Blackshaw, a view of Clare Island from Achill by Paul Henry, an evocation of a solo singer at the Queen’s Theatre in Dublin by Jack B. Yeats and an iconic portrait of poet Mairtin O Cadhain by Sean O’Sullivan, the evening sale of Important Irish Art at James Adam on March 29 amounts to a celebration of artistic Irishness.

    O Cadhain (1906-1970) is regarded as the most original and powerful writer in the Irish language for many generations. The portrait, estimated at just 4,000-6,000, was reproduced in most of his published work from 1953 onwards. It was used in an An Post stamp celebrating Celtic Scholars in 2006. The catalogue cover lot is Model Reading by Roderic O’Conor (18,000-25,000), the Henry seascape is estimated at 40,000-60,000 and the Yeats at 50,000-80,000. Estimates for the Blackshaw works vary from 500 to 10,000 for his portrait of Clint Eastwood.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    (See post on antiquesandartireland.com for February 23, 2017)

    Peter Curling –
    The All Weather Gallop  UPDATE: THIS MADE 4,200 AT HAMMER

    Roderic O’Conor –
    Woman Reading (1904-5) UPDATE: THIS MADE 30,000 AT HAMMER

    Sean O’Sullivan’s iconic portrait of Mairtin O Cadhain  UPDATE: THIS MADE 3,600 AT HAMMER

    Clare Island from Achill by Paul Henry.  UPDATE: THIS MADE 35,000 AT HAMMER

    CORK, LONDON AND DUBLIN VIEWINGS FOR O’DRISCOLL’S IRISH ART AUCTION

    Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

    Viewing for Morgan O’Driscolls Irish and International art auction at the RDS, Dublin on April 25 kicks off in Skibbereen for three days from April 9.   This will be followed by viewings at La Galleria, Pall Mall, London on April 18, 19 and 20. Dublin viewing will get underway at the RDS on April 22.  The catalogue, which is online, lists 190 lots.  Here is a small selection:

    Alex Katz (b1927) - Self Portrait (6,000-8,000)

    Alex Katz (b1927) – Self Portrait (6,000-8,000)  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 5,800 AT HAMMER

    Peter Curling (b1955) - Exercising on a Cloudy Morning (8,000-12,000).

    Peter Curling (b1955) – Exercising on a Cloudy Morning (8,000-12,000).  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD

    John Shinnors (b1950) - Birds over Loop I (2004) (10,000-15,000).

    John Shinnors (b1950) – Birds over Loop I (2004) (10,000-15,000).  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD

    James Humbert Craig (1878-1944) - Labouring in the bog, Donegal (6,000-8,000).

    James Humbert Craig (1878-1944) – Labouring in the bog, Donegal (6,000-8,000).  UPDATE; THIS MADE 5,750 AT HAMMER