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    IRISH ART AT BONHAMS LONDON SALE

    Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

    Jack B. Yeats, Frank McKelvey and Camille Souter all feature at Bonhams Modern British and Irish art sale in London on April 28. The Wood Stream, a 1901 watercolour by Yeats is estimated at £2,000-3,000; Pastoral Landscape by Frank McKelvey has an estimate of £2,000-3,000 and Outside Mullingar, Early Morning from 1971 by Camille Souter is estimated at £8,000-12,000. The sale will feature a single owner collection of art by Sir Kyffin Williams (1918-2006), regarded as the supreme painter of Welsh landscape in the 20th century. 

    Camille Souter – Outside Mullingar, Early Morning. UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR £9,562

    IRISH ART ONLINE AT MORGAN O’DRISCOLL

    Thursday, November 14th, 2019

    Artworks by Camille Souter, Hughie O’Donoghue, Patrick O’Reilly, Markey Robinson, Sean McSweeney, Charles Lamb, James Humbert Craig, Cecil Maguire, Arthur Maderson and many other Irish artists feature at Morgan O’Driscoll’s current Irish art online auction which runs until the evening of November 18. The catalogue is online.

    CAMILLE SOUTER (B.1929) Carnival in Nice (1998) (3,000 – €5,000). UPDATE: THIS MADE 3,200 AT HAMMER

    PAUL HENRY TOPS THE POLL AT SUCCESSFUL WHYTE’S SALE

    Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

    Building Tops by Christy Brown sold for 1,600

    Building Tops by Christy Brown sold for 1,600

    Paul Henry topped the poll at Whyte’s sale of Irish and international art.  His Kerry Bog sold for a hammer price of 66,000 in a sale that grossed 580,000 with 79% of 209 lots sold.  Whyte’s worries that the political instability in Ireland due to the inconclusive general election results might affect the market proved to be unfounded.  The second highest lot was another Henry, Cabins by a Lough which made 54,000.  An untitled Miro from 1973 made 20,000 at hammer, Cecil Maguire’s Early Light, Lough Inagh made a strong 9,000, as did Summer Yachting by James Humbert Craig. Harry Kernoff’s Western Colleen made 8,800 and Wild Ponies, Connemara by Patrick Hennessy sold for 7,500.  Other artists in demand included Camille Souter, Patrick Scott, George Campbell, John Skelton, Markey Robinson and Christy Brown.

    (See post on antiquesandartireland.com for February 21, 2016).