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    Hay Barn by Damaris Lysaght at the James Adam sale in Dublin on April 6. It is estimated at 1,000-1,500. UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 900

    The Bandstand by John Doherty at Adams on April 6. It is estimated at 2,000-4,000. UPDATE: IT MADE A HAMMER PRICE OF 4,200

    The Canal Dublin by Henry Healy at Adams on April 6. It is estimated at 1,000-2,000. UPDATE: IT SOLD FOR A HAMMER PRICE OF 2,200

    Two Shadows by Tony O'Malley at Adams on April 6. It is estimated at 8,000-12,000. UPDATE: IT SOLD FOR 8,000

    There are 241 lots at the James Adam Irish art sale in Dublin on Wednesday, April 6 at 6 p.m.  Here are four of them.  The entire catalogue is on line.

    Damaris Lysaght grew up near Doneraile in Cork, and studied at the Crawford Schools Cork, and NCAD. She won an Italian Government scholarship to study in Florence with Nerina Simi for four years.

    The Bandstand” (’97-’98)  by John  Doherty shows the bandstand at Dun
    Laoghaire Harbour prior to its renovation.

    The sale offers a small collection of works by  Henry Healy (1909-1982). He served as President of The Dublin Painters Society, Treasurer of the Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA), on the selection committee of The Oireachtas Exhibitions and on the board of Governors of The National Gallery of Ireland. He was a well-loved teacher and held classes during the summer in Dooega, Achill Island where he had a cottage and in Dublin during the winter. He exhibited more than 130 works at the RHA and held solo shows at the Barrenhill, Gallery, Howth, the Taylor Galleries Dublin. A retrospective was held at The George Gallery Dublin in 1990.

    Two Shadows by Tony O’Malley Tony O’Malley HRHA (1913-2003) was previously on loan to the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

    See for March 25.  Click on any image to enlarge.

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