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    JELLETT AND O’CONOR TO HIGHLIGHT DE VERES SALE

    Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
    Contrasting works made by Irish artists in Paris in the early years of the 20th century will highlight the auction at de Veres in Dublin on March 7.  The catalogue cover is Mainie Jelletts “Composition, Two Elements” from 1925, when Jellett and Evie Hone had embraced the teaching of their tutor Albert Gleizes.  It is estimated at 30,000-50,000.  Roderic O’Conor’s “Nature Morte – Flowers on a table” (60,000-90,000) was painted 15 years earlier under one of the large windows of his studio near Montparnasse. This is one of two O’Conor’s in the sale.  Both are from the artist’s studio sale at Hotel Drouot in Paris in 1956.

    The auction offers important works by Paul Henry, Walter Osborne, Louis le Brocquy, Jack Yeats, Gerard Dillon, Hughie O’Donoghue, Tony O’Malley and Sir John Lavery.  There are works by artists as diverse as William Leech, Patrick Hennessy, Donald Teskey, Barrie Cooke, Sean McSweeney, Charles Tyrrell, Jill Dennis and Felim Egan in a catalogue that lists 98 lots.  The catalogue is online.

    UPDATE: THE AUCTION REALISED 550,000

    Nature Morte, Flowers on a table by Roderic O'Conor

    Nature Morte, Flowers on a table by Roderic O’Conor. UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 80,000

    Composition, Two Elements by Mainie Jellett

    Composition, Two Elements by Mainie Jellett.  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 36,000

    O’CONOR STILL LIFE MAKES 48,000 AT HAMMER AT ADAMS

    Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
    Roderic O'Conor (1860 - 1940) Still Life Study with Fruit and Pottery on a Mahogany Table

    Roderic O’Conor (1860 – 1940)
    Still Life Study with Fruit and Pottery on a Mahogany Table

    A still life by Roderic O’Conor was the top lot at the James Adam sale of Important Irish Art in Dublin last night. It sold for 48,000 at hammer in a sale which continued a good week of auction results for Irish art in Dublin.  The market is definitely turning.  There was more competitive bidding this season than has been seen for some time and the top lots at Adams, de Veres and Whyte’s all witnessed it. Nearly three million euro worth of Irish art has changed hands since Monday at three auctions in Dublin.

    Top of the Falls and The Creole by Jack Butler Yeats sold for 36,000 and 35,000 respectively at Adams. Other top hammer prices include: Composition XIII by Mainie Jellett (27,000); Portrait of Pamela Mitford by Paul Cesar Helleu (20,000);  Diane by Daniel O’Neill (21,000);  The Pillar by Rowan Gillespie (19,000); Girl at the Piano by John Shinnors (13,000); The House at Dalkey by Camille Souter (13,000); The House Opposite by William John Leech (12,000);  Motherhood by William Conor (10,000);  Bridge over the River by Donald Teskey (10,000); St. Martins by Tony O’Malley (8,000); A Horse Alone by Patrick Hennessy (9,000) and Uaimh 55 by Gwen O’Dowd (4,700).

    O’CONOR STILL LIFE AT JAMES ADAM

    Sunday, November 29th, 2015

    Irish art by Roderic O’Conor and Jack B. Yeats will headline the James Adam sale of Important Irish Art in Dublin on December 2.   A still life study by O’Conor and a 1946 Yeats entitled The Creole  are each estimated at 30,000-50,000.  The sale of 241 lots offers a wide selection.  The catalogue is online.

    William John Leech RHA ROI (1881 - 1968) The House Opposite (10,000-15,000).

    William John Leech RHA ROI (1881 – 1968) The House Opposite (10,000-15,000).  UPDATE: THIS MADE 12,000 AT HAMMER.

    Tony O'Malley HRHA (1913-2003) St Martin's, April (1973) (8,000-12,000).

    Tony O’Malley HRHA (1913-2003) St Martin’s, April (1973) (8,000-12,000).  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 8,000 AT HAMMER

    Paul César Helleu (1859-1927) Portrait of Pamela Mitford (20,000-30,000).

    Paul César Helleu (1859-1927) Portrait of Pamela Mitford (20,000-30,000).  UPDATE: THIS MADE 20,000 AT HAMMER

    Roderic O'Conor (1860 - 1940) Still Life Study with Fruit and Pottery on a Mahogany Table (30,000-50,000).

    Roderic O’Conor (1860 – 1940)
    Still Life Study with Fruit and Pottery on a Mahogany Table (30,000-50,000).  UPDATE: THIS MADE 48,000 AT HAMMER