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    MALTON AND ORPEN AT SOTHEBY’S FINE ART SOCIETY SALE

    Thursday, January 10th, 2019

    Works by James Malton and Sir William Orpen are amongst the Irish lots at Sotheby’s upcoming sale The Fine Art Society: 142 years on New Bond Street next February 5. Malton’s View of the Provost’s House and Trinity College, Dublin is estimated at £20,000-30,000.  The watercolour with pen and ink is signed and dated 1796.

    Orpen’s oil of canvas of Miss Dorothy Stiles, a keen golfer who grew up in the Scots medical world, has an estimate of £40,000-60,000. It was commissioned by her parents for her 21st birthday.  Dorothy is the only person to have been captain of Gullane Ladies Golf Club in East Lothian twice.

    JAMES MALTON – VIEW OF THE PROVOST’S HOUSE AND TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

    SIR WILLIAM ORPEN – DOROTHY STILES

     

    IRISH ART BRINGS IN £1.9 MILLION AT SOTHEBY’S

    Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

    Top lots at the Irish art sale which brought in £1,909,125 at Sotheby’s in London today included works by Sir John Lavery (The Summit of the Jungfrau made £212,500 at hammer) and John Luke (Northern Rhythm made  £187,500).  Strong prices were achieved by Basil Blackshaw (The Fall sold for £162,500), Jack Butler Yeats Railway Refreshment Room  (£125,000), Mary Swanzy (Sun on the Sails £87,500), Colin Middleton (The Life Everlasting £85,000), William Crozier (The end of the Modern World £57,500) and Patrick Scott (Gold Painting 35 £46,250).

    Sir William Orpen’s Study for Nude Pattern, The Holy Well made £72,500 and his portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courtauld and their daughter Jeanne on a settee made £61,250. A Fortune by Jack Butler Yeats made £75,000 and Untitled by Sean Scully made £60,000. Other prices include The Dark Pond by Frank McKelvey (£30,000), Caves at Concarneau by William Leech (£22,500), La Fenetre by Roderic O’Conor (£50,000), Japanese Garden by Sir John Lavery (£62,500), Potato Patch by Gerard Dillon (£47,500), Fishermens Houses by Colin Middleton (£37,500),  Woman by Louis le Brocquy (£31,250) and An Italian Water Scene by Martin Finnin (£11,875).

    Secret Lovers by Rowan Gillespie made £32,500, Egg Head by F.E. McWilliam made £22,500 and the Enignum II chair by Joseph Walsh made £10,000.

    (See posts on antiquesandartireland.com for September 1 and August 17, 2017)

    COLIN MIDDLETON, R.H.A.
    THE LIFE EVERLASTING

    SIR WILLIAM ORPEN, R.W.S., N.E.A.C., R.A., R.H.A.
    STUDY FOR NUDE PATTERN: THE HOLY WELL

    MARY SWANZY, H.R.H.A.
    SUN ON THE SAILS

    JACK BUTLER YEATS, R.H.A. RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOM