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    IRISH ART SALE AT DE VERES ON VIEW IN DUBLIN FROM TODAY

    Friday, March 22nd, 2024
    MAINIE JELLETT (1897-1944) – ABSTRACT COMPOSITION (BLUE). UPDATE: THIS MADE 8,500 AT HAMMER

    Abstract Composition (Blue) by Mainie Jellett comes up as lot 36 at de Veres timed online Irish art auction which runs until March 26. From the collection of Bruce Arnold the gouache on paper is estimated at 3,500-5,000. It is one of a number of lots by Jellett in the sale, which opens for viewing at Kildare St. in Dublin today. The catalogue is online.

    SOME GREAT RESULTS FROM WHYTE’S IRISH ART SALE

    Monday, December 4th, 2023
    SIR JOHN LAVERY RA RSA RHA (1856-1941) – SWITZERLAND [HAZEL AND ALICE], 1913 SOLD FOR €230,000 AT HAMMER

    Switzerland, Hazel and Alice by Sir John Lavery made a hammer price of €230,000 over a top estimate of €220,000 at Whyte’s sale of Important Irish Art in Dublin this evening. Dooega, Achill Island, Co. Mayo by Paul Henry made €155,000 on the hammer. London Hospital, 1914 by Lavery made €64,000, The Goose Girl by Sean Keating made €62,000 over a top estimate of €35,000, On the Beach by Gerard Dillon made €34,000 over a top estimate of €30,000, Abstract Composition c1929 by Mainie Jellett made €27,000 over a top estimate of €15,000, The Desert Charge by Aloyosius O’Kelly made €16,000 at hammer over a top estimate of €15,000, a 19th century Irish school painting of The Ruins of the Royal Arcade, Dublin made €12,000 over a top estimate of €8,000, Wicklow Mountains by Peter Collis made €7,000 over a top estimate of €5,000, Coming Home by Mark O’Neill made €8,500 over a top estimate of €8,000, The Club by Graham Knuttel made €9,000 over a top estimate of €7,000, Aquainted with Grief by Leo Whelan made €4,600 over a top estimate of €2,000 and Tonight we Dance by William Conor made €5,200 over a top estimate of €2,000.

    SEÁN KEATING PRHA HRA HRSA (1889-1977) – THE GOOSE GIRL, 1917 made €62,000 at hammer.

    ART FOR ALL TASTES AND PRICES AT MORGAN O’DRISCOLL

    Saturday, April 17th, 2021

    With art to suit all tastes and price points for all budgets Morgan O’Driscoll’s Irish and International Art sale next Monday is well worth dropping into.  The online catalogue offers 196 lots with estimates from €300 to €150,000.  Louis le Brocquy’s Images of Shakespeare and Strindberg, each estimated at €100,000-€150,000, might be beyond the budgets of most of us but even if we are merely window shopping it is no bad thing to reference these major Irish artworks.  Untitled 3-7-86 by Sean Scully is estimated at €70,000-€100,000 but there are lithographs by both Scully and Bridget Riley for €4,000-€6,000. There are contrasting styles in Fountain and Loggia (1935) by Mainie Jellett (€800-€1,200) and the more traditional Western Village (1928) by Paul Henry (€25,000-€35,000).  Earthenware plates by Picasso jostle with emotional sculpture by John Behan and charming 1843 Cork pencil drawings by Daniel MacDonald (1820-1853). There are wonderful maritime paintings, all sorts of treatments of landscape and abstract and engaging work by artists like Sir Terry Frost, William Scott and Charles Tyrrell.  If you would like to upgrade your existing collection or find something new and exciting for the home this sale is a good starting point.

    Fountain and Loggia by Mainie Jellett 

    EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES AT WHYTE’S SALE

    Friday, March 1st, 2019

    Whyte’s evening auction of Irish & International art at the RDS on March 4 promises to deliver another exciting opportunity for collectors to acquire rare artworks.  Viewing is from 10 am to 6 pm each day from March 2. The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    UPDATE:  Just under 90% of lots sold with a gross total of 1.25 million.  The highest price paid was €150,000 for a Jack Yeats 14 by 18 inches oil, titled “Justice”. A smaller Yeats oil – “A Passage is Required”, 9 by 14 inches, took a winning bid of €115,000. Both went to collectors in Dublin. A very large oil by James Humbert Craig, which was painted for the Empire Marketing Board in the 1920s for use on a poster promoting the linen industry, well exceeded its pre-sale estimate of €20,000 to €30,000, going to a Dublin collector who outbid a Northern Ireland institution at €54,000.

    (See posts on antiquesandartireland.com for February 24 and February 13,  2019)

    TONY O’MALLEY HRHA (1913-2003) – Abstract 1976 (6,000-8,000)  UPDATE:   THIS WAS UNSOLD

    MAINIE JELLETT (1897-1944) – Abstract Design (9,000-12,000) UPDATE: THIS MADE 15,000 AT HAMMER

    JACK BUTLER YEATS RHA (1871-1957) – At the Feis (6,000-8,000)  UPDATE: THIS MADE 5,800 AT HAMMER

    SIR WILLIAM ORPEN – Lord George Hell (25,000-35,000)  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD

    SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM DE VERES IRISH ART SALE

    Monday, June 11th, 2018

    Among the highlights at the Irish art auction at de Veres in Dublin on June 12 are works by William Scott, Paul Henry, Colin Middleton, Mainie Jellett, Patrick Collins, Dan O’Neill and Camille Souter.  The catalogue is online.  Here is a small selection:

    PAUL HENRY – A ROAD IN CONNEMARA  UPDATE: THIS MADE 64,000 AT HAMMER

    (See post on antiquesandartireland.com for June 4, 2018).

    COLIN MIDDLETON – PAYSAGE DES REVES MAUVAIS  UPDATE: THIS MADE 50,000 AT HAMMER

    MARY SWANZY – HOUSE WITH RED SHUTTERS  UPDATE: THIS MADE 9,000 AT HAMMER

    MAINIE JELLETT – FLOWER FORMS  UPDATE: THIS MADE 30,000 AT HAMMER

    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