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    Jack B. Yeats, Paul Henry and Louis le Brocquy all feature at the James Adam sale of important Irish art in Dublin on March 28.  A watercolor by Louis le Brocquy from his acclaimed Tinker series shown at the Arts Council of Great Britain’s “Thirty Contemporary Paintings” exhibition is estimated at 15,000-20,000. Paul Henry’s Sunset on Connemara Bog, from the collection of his friend and supporter John Louden of Belfast, is believed to have never been exhibited in public before.  The Novelist by Yeats is estimated at 100,000-150,000 and a 1909 Yeats entitled Downpatrick Head, Co. Mayo is estimated at 25,000-35,000.  The catalogue, which is on-line, lists 226 lots.  Here are a few of them (click on any image to enlarge):  UPDATE:  The Novelist sold for 95,000.

    LOUIS LE BROCQUY HRHA (b.1916) Tinker Women (1946) watercolour signed and dated ‘46 (15,000-20,000). UPDATE: THS MADE 27,000.

    BASIL BLACKSHAW RHA RUA (b 1932) Self Portrait (Given by the artist to gallery owner Tom Caldwell on his 80th birthday in 2001) (3,000-5,000). UPDATE: THIS MADE 5,200.

    PAUL HENRY RHA RUA (1876-1958) Sunset on a Connemara Bog (30,000-50,000). UPDATE: THIS MADE 37,000

    CECIL MAGUIRE RHA RUA (b.1930) Going to Church, Aran (From the estate of photographer Bill Doyle) (2,000-3,000). UPDATE: THIS MADE 5,600.

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