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Exciting antique jewellery and collectable auction... - Monday, December 5, 2016
Well-known Meath antique auctioneers, Matthews of Oldcastle, conduct an interesting sale this Sunday at 2pm. Over 400 Lots of Jewellery Silver & C...
Mrs Lewisohn and Sir William Orpen are reunited in... - Saturday, December 3, 2016
“Some of the finest work by some of Ireland’s best artists, to appear at auction in some years” is how managing director of Adam’s James O’Halloran describes the last major Irish art auction of 2016 – Important Irish Art and Irish Historical Documents – which takes place on Wednesday. Viewing begins this afternoon at the St Stephen’s Green saleroom. Lot 33, by Sir William Orpen, is the stunning Portrait of Mrs Oscar Lewisohn, formerly Miss Edna May painted 101 years ago and estimated at €80,000-€120,000. Orpen, who was born in Stillorgan, Co Dublin achieved great renown as a portrait painter in London and this painting is likely to attract much interest – and many admirers – at the viewing. But if it seems vaguely familiar, that’s because it’s not the first time it has been o...
Auctions & Fairs: Results - Saturday, December 3, 2016
Auction Results: Monday (November 28th) Whyte’s art auction, RDS, Dublin. 78 per cent of lots sold. Lot 32a, West of Ireland Landscape by Paul Henry sold for €87,000, below its low estimate (€90,000-€120,000). Lot 82, Two Trees by Basil Blackshaw, €20,000 (€15,000-€18,000); Lot 89, Garden at Night by William Crozier, €19,000 (€20,000-€30,000); Lot 38, The Tram, Dublin Nocturne by Harry Kernoff, €16,000 (€12,000-€15,000); Lot 67, Morning Flight, Paradise Island, Bahamas by Tony O’Malley, €14,000 (€15,000-€20,000); Lot 114, Peacocks at Kilmurry, Co Kilkenny (watercolour) by Mildred Anne Butler, €1,900 (€2,000-€3,000); Lot 169, Three Men in a Boat by Liam O’Neill, €10,000 (€8,000-€10,000); Lot 10, Regatta Day, Hollywood, Co Down by Frank McKelvey, €10,000 (€5,000-€7,0000); Lot 197, ...
Top lots of 1916 memorabilia go under hammer - Saturday, December 3, 2016
Throughout this year, hundreds of items associated with the 1916 Rising have been sold at auction in Ireland and overseas, but the top lots are only now going under the hammer just as the centenary commemorations draw to a close. On Wednesday evening (December 7th) in Dublin, Adam’s will briefly pause its “Important Irish Art” auction to sell a small selection Irish historical documents, including a handwritten letter of surrender written by Patrick Pearse, estimated at €1 million to €1.5 million. Adam’s said they “have been trying to sell this to the Irish Government for a while” – for an undisclosed sum. But the Government declined on the grounds that it believes there are better ways to spend taxpayers’ money and, more pertinently, because there are already two surrender lett...
Vintage Porsche tractor – for the farmer who has... - Friday, December 2, 2016
A vintage Porsche tractor valued at up to €22,000 is on offer at Mealy’s auctioneers, Co Kilkenny where a two-day Winter Sale takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday (December 6th and 7th). Lot 870 is “a Porsche Diesel 329 Tractor” made in the early 1960s that the auction house said had “spent its working life on a large farm in the South of France” before being acquired and “painstakingly restored” by the current owner 10 years ago. Auctioneer George Mealy said the three-cylinder tractor was the highest quality model in the Porsche range and very few were produced so this is “a rare example, especially in such good condition”. The estimate is €17,500-€22,000. It is one of a number of vintage tractors in the auction – but despite the exclusive Porsche tag, not the most expensive. ...
Maureen O’Hara auction in New York draws strong Ir... - Wednesday, November 30, 2016
An Irish tweed jacket worn by Maureen O’Hara in the 1952 film The Quiet Man has sold for more than $16,000 (€15,000) at auction in New York. Bonhams auctioneers’ sale of documents, clothing, jewellery and film memorabilia owned by the late Hollywood star on Tuesday night realised $445,000. Born Maureen FitzSimons in Ranelagh, Dublin, in 1920, O’Hara died last year aged 95 in the United States. Her grandson Conor Beau FitzSimons had consigned more than 240 items to the auction. The top lot, a cache of “secret love letters” sent to O’Hara by Quiet Man director John Ford sold for $75,000 – far less than the “hundreds of thousands of dollars” predicted in advance by a spokesman for the auction. In a catalogue note, the letters were described as “so intimate and intense that O’Hara ...
Skibbereen art dealer to hold London preview of I... - Saturday, November 26, 2016
Skibbereen, Co Cork-based Morgan O’Driscoll art auctioneers is the only Irish auction house to hold sale previews in London. Viewing of the latest sale begins on Monday (November 28th) at La Galleria Pall Mall (30 Royal Arcade, Pall Mall, London SW1) and runs for three days. The collection then moves to Dublin for viewing at the RHA Gallery in Ely place from Friday, December 2nd, ahead of the auction there on Monday, December 5th at 6pm. This is the fourth auction in two years to be previewed in London and O’Driscoll says the response has been “overwhelming and extended far beyond the expat community” and 20 per cent of all his sales are now to clients in the UK. He says Irish art is regarded as good value in London and “not expensive compared to what collectors see in galleries...
Sheppard’s returns to base after series of off-sit... - Saturday, November 26, 2016
Sheppard’s saleroom in Durrow, Co Laois has been unusually quiet for the past six months as the auctioneers held two major sales off-site – first at Coolattin House in Co Wicklow and then, in September, at Loughton House in Co Offaly. But it’s back to base for the big winter auction this week. Viewing gets underway today, Saturday, November 26th for the two-day ‘Dublin & Provincial’ auction, featuring items from “town and country houses” on Tuesday and Wednesday (November 29th-30th) . The catalogue, starting with Persian carpets and ending with wine, has lots in all price ranges. The highest estimates (€15,000-€25,000 each) are for two lots of furniture: Lot 1093, a 19th-century Killarney-ware davenport (desk); and, Lot 1103, a pair of George III period console tables. Among ...
Lavery’s breezy golf scene among Irish art for sal... - Saturday, November 19, 2016
Some major paintings by Irish artists are due to be auctioned this week in London. On Wednesday (November 23rd) Bonhams Modern British & Irish Art auction starting at 3pm in the New Bond Street saleroom will offer a selection of Irish art led by Water Front, a painting by Jack B Yeats, unseen in public for more than 50 years, and estimated at £150,000-£200,000 (€175,000- €232,000). The oil-on-canvas measuring 36cm by 53cm, was painted in 1947, and depicts three men standing beside a west of Ireland quayside which, according to Bonhams, “evokes the world of work and commerce with which Yeats was familiar from his childhood. He spent his early years living with his grandparents in Sligo where the family ran a shipping business”. The auction also includes two other paintings by...
Monarch of the Glen: Famous Scottish painting to b... - Saturday, November 12, 2016
One of Scotland’s most famous – and copied – paintings and a masterpiece of Victorian art, The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer, is to go under the hammer at Christie’s in London next month where it is expected to sell for £10 million. Christie’s described the painting as “one of the most celebrated works of British art and an icon of 19th-century European painting”. The Monarch of the Glen was originally commissioned in 1849 for the Refreshment Room in the House of Lords and depicts “a majestic portrait of a stag posed before a Scottish mountain landscape” believed to be Glen Affric in the Highlands. The painting – made in 1851 – was originally commissioned for the Refreshment Room in the House of Lords but when the redecoration plans for the building were changed the ...
How to build a pension pot from art - Thursday, November 17, 2016
Dublin art auctioneer John de Vere White recalls that 20 years ago he was “reaching a stage in life where the phrase ‘pension planning’ was being bandied around by trusted advisors”. He had “a modest pension under way” but didn’t find the stock market appealing. Casting around for an alternative investment, he did what many of his clients do and invested in art. He said he persuaded his business partner Barry Smyth to invest some of their income in art and began assembling a collection. Unlike stocks and shares, art doesn’t pay a dividend and there’s no financial gain unless there’s capital appreciation when (or, more frequently, if), it is sold for a higher amount than the purchase price. But de Vere White and Smyth were lucky. They managed a rare feat – to squeeze an annual inc...
Whyte's to host important Irish art auction - Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Whyte's will host an important Irish art auction in the RDS (Anglesea Road entrance) in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 on Monday November 28th at 6pm. The full...
Auctions & Fairs: recent results and upcoming sale... - Saturday, November 12, 2016
Auction Results: Saturday (November 5th) Marshs Auctioneers, 16 South Mall, Cork. 80 per cent of lots sold. Lot 391, an 18th-century glass salad bowl made by the Cork Glass Co. €2,800 (€500-€600); Lot 164, a Georgian mahogany Cork serving table €2,500 (€2,000-€3,000). A Victorian walnut and marble-topped dental cabinet, estimated at €3,000-€4,000 failed to sell. Monday (November 7th) Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers, Skibbereen, Co Cork. ‘Off the Wall’ Online Art Auction. 89 per cent of lots sold. Lot 86, Gary and Paul at the Olympics – an oil-on-canvas of the west Cork O’Donovan brothers, 2016 Summer Olympic Games silver rowing medallists, by Charles Mountjoy sold for €300, surprisingly below the estimate (€500-€700). Lot 7, a photograph of Lady Diana Spencer, London, September ...
Life’s Work: Penny Day, head of Irish art, Bonhams... - Saturday, November 5, 2016
Irish woman Penny Day is head of Irish art and director of modern British art at Bonhams on New Bond Street in London. Bonhams is a privately owned British auction house and one of the world’s oldest and largest auctioneers of fine art and antiques. Bonhams has 60 specialist departments and offices worldwide, including in Ireland, and conducts some 400 annual sales in London, New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong and Los Angeles. Bonhams Ireland office is at 31 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2. What’s your background? I grew up in Co Laois with a rector and teacher for parents and then went to co-ed boarding school, the King’s Hospital in Dublin; my best friends to this day are the ones I made there. I spent a year at the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) on Baggo...
Auctions & Fairs: recent results and upcoming sale... - Saturday, November 5, 2016
Auction results: Saturday and Sunday (October 29th and 30th) Damien Matthews Auctioneers auction of the contents of Kilternan Lodge, Co Dublin – former home of the late Don Carroll, chairman of PJ Carroll & Co, the tobacco manufacturers, and a governor of the Bank of Ireland – 80 per cent of the 1,250 lots sold. A pair of Regency Coadestone garden pedestals with urns sold for €5,600 – well above the estimate (€2,500-€3,500). A portrait of Mr Carroll smoking a cigarette by the artist Derek Hill – that had been estimated at €1,000-€1,500 – was withdrawn by the family before the sale. Forthcoming auctions: Monday (November 7th) Mullen’s Laurel Park, Woodbrook, Bray, Co Wicklow. Interiors Auction at 11am includes the contents of Somerton House, Castleknock and consignments fr...
Painting of O’Donovan brothers to go under the ham... - Saturday, November 5, 2016
Two unconnected items at separate auctions in Cork have a “silver” theme. A painting titled Gary and Paul at the Olympics, estimated at €500-€700, is among the lots in Skibbereen-based Morgan O’Driscoll Auctioneers’s online art sale for which bidding ends on Monday evening (November 7th). The oil-on-canvas painting by artist Charles Mountjoy depicts West Cork brothers Gary and Paul O’Donovan competing at this summer’s Rio Olympics where they won silver in the lightweight double sculls rowing final. For further information about the auction, and to register for bidding, see morganodriscoll.com Silver tray Separately, Woodward Auctioneers of Cook Street in Cork will hold its “Bi-Annual Auction of Irish & English Silver” on Saturday, November 19th. Among the lots is a silve...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 29, 2016
Auction results: Thursday (October 20th) Sotheby’s, London. A previously undocumented and unpublished sketch-leaf for Ludwig van Beethoven’s most renowned piano concerto, his Emperor Concerto, sold for £377,000 (£150,000-£200,000). Saturday (October 22nd) Woodward’s Auctioneers, Cook Street, Cork. A Killarney-ware inlaid yew ‘Muckross House’ circular table 5,400 (4,000 - 6,000) Monday (October 24th) De Veres house contents auction at 51 Ailesbury Road, Dublin 4. 85 per cent of lots sold. Lot 572, a Maserati Quattroporte 2006, 4.3 litre V8 car, [see photograph] with 30,000 miles on the clock, sold for €24,500 (€15,000-€20,000); Lot 87, a Georgian mahogany double breakfront bookcase, €9,000 (€10,000-€15,000); Lot 131, a first edition copy of Ulysses by James Joyce, €7,600 (€5,000...
The multimillion dollar question: is modern art w... - Saturday, October 29, 2016
The big international auction houses are finalising plans for their end-of-year art auctions but 2016 prices seem unlikely to break any records. In 2015, Christie’s sold Pablo Picasso’s 1955 painting Les Femmes d’Alger (Version “O”), from his series known in English as The Women of Algiers, for $179.4 million (about €158 million at the then prevailing exchange rate) and its status as the most expensive painting – or any work of art – ever sold at auction is unlikely to be toppled this season. The top lot in the forthcoming sales is a painting, dating from 1902, entitled Pikene på broen (Girls on the Bridge, above) by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. It is estimated that it will achieve more than the (comparatively modest) $50 million when it goes under the hammer at Sotheby’s auct...
Advice for book collectors: get into local and fam... - Saturday, October 29, 2016
Who? PJ Tynan runs Courtwood Books, in Vicarstown, Stradbally, Co Laois, which specialises in selling rare and antiquarian books, mostly of Irish interest, at fairs and online. His main customer base is Ireland, with Britain and the United States providing around 20 per cent of sales. He also provides a valuations service. What’s your background? My background is in farming but at the at the end of the Swinging Sixties – some years after leaving school – I went to work in England. This was quite a change from downtown Vicarstown or a night out in one of Albert Reynolds' ballrooms with a bottle of lemonade and two straws. I spent four years in England and worked at various jobs finishing up in the Royal Mail in New Street, Birmingham. I have good memories – and still have frie...
Dublin 4 house contents auction features wine and ... - Saturday, October 22, 2016
Ailesbury Road in Ballsbridge is, along with the adjacent Shewsbury Road in Ballsbridge, Ireland’s most expensive and exclusive residential area. A chance to see how the other half lives is at hand with a sale of house contents that is viewing this weekend. De Veres auctioneers of Kildare Street is selling the contents of 51 Ailesbury Road and the auction will take place on the premises on Monday at 11am. Viewing of the 650 lots opens today from 10am-5pm and tomorrow from 11am-5pm. De Veres said the house was sold recently by Louise and Rory Egan who are now selling some of the contents including fine period furniture such as a four-pillar dining table, Georgian breakfront bookcases, Irish Georgian silver tables, sideboards, occasional tables, gilt wood overmantle mirrors, a fo...
Auctions and Fairs - Saturday, October 22, 2016
Auction Results: Tuesday (October 18th): Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Auction of ‘Fine Jewellery & Watches’. 70 per cent of lots sold. Lot 1, a late Victorian diamond star brooch/pendant €3,800 (€1,500-€2,000); Lot 69, a pair of French ‘Etruscan Revival’, gold and malachite pendent earrings €3,400 (€2,800-€3,800); Lot 122, a bishop’s amethyst-set ring €1,400 (€400-€800); Lot 158, an Edwardian natural pearl and diamond bracelet sold by Edward & Sons, Glasgow €8,000 (€6,000-€8,000). For full results see adams.ie Tuesday (October 18th): Hegarty’s, Bandon, Co Cork. Boots By The Back Door (oil-on-board) by Mark O’Neill €5,200 (€2,000-€4,000); a 20th century silver tea set by William Egan & Sons €750 (€600-€800). Wednesday (October 19th): O’Reilly’s Auction Ro...
Kilternan Lodge contents auction - Thursday, October 20, 2016
Kilternan Lodge contents auction promises to be a Halloween treat The contents of Kilternan Lodge, Kilternan, the family residence of Don Carroll Esq....
Life’s Work: John de Vere White, art auctioneer, D... - Saturday, October 15, 2016
John de Vere White – informally known as “Buzzer” – is the managing director of de Vere’s art auctioneers in Kildare Street, Dublin 2, which holds quarterly auctions of Irish art, and two annual auctions of 20th-century furniture. What is your background? I grew up in a south Dublin household with wall-to-wall paintings and I have taken a keen interest in art for more than 45 years. (God, how old!) We moved house at least six times. Our household was wonderfully eccentric. My late father, Terence de Vere White, who was the literary editor of The Irish Times, could not be described as a typical parent. I was the youngest and probably the most indulged. He sent me to the most expensive schools in the land – St Gerard’s in Bray and Glenstal in Limerick, where I had a blissful time, ...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 15, 2016
Auction Results: Tuesday (October 11th) John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. A diamond five-stone ring set in platinum “with a copy of an insurance valuation from Appleby’s which states the value at €23,000”, and estimated at €4,000-€6,000, sold for €9,250; a cross set with rubies and pearls, €600 (€600-€700) [see photograph]; but, an Irish 22ct gold 50 ECU coin, estimated at €750-€950 failed to sell. Forthcoming Auctions: Tuesday (October 18th) Hegarty’s Auction Rooms, The Bypass, Bandon, Co Cork. Antiques auction at 7pm to include “the collection of retired Cork-based orthopaedic surgeon Mr Tony McGuinness. Viewing underway. See online catalogue at hegartyantiques.com Thursday (October 20th) Sotheby’s, London. A previously undocumented and unpublished sk...
Painting of Kilkenny Castle aristocrat the top lot... - Saturday, October 15, 2016
Adam’s realised a hammer price total of €1.3 million in its annual Country House Collections auction on Tuesday, October 11th, at Townley Hall, Drogheda, Co Louth, with 75 per cent of lots sold. Auctioneer James O’Halloran said most of the sold lots would be “staying in Ireland” and that it was “a very successful day”. Although Georgian furniture was billed as the star attraction of this sale, paintings produced the strongest results. The top price – a surprise – was achieved for a 17th century painting, Lot 45, a portrait of 17th century Kilkenny aristocrat Thomas Butler, sixth Earl of Ossory. This made €68,000 – almost seven times its low estimate (€10,000- €15,000). It was bought, Adam’s said afterwards, by private collectors. The oil-on-canvas, measuring 208cm x 116cm, is ...
Tiger’s head among Sir Anthony O’Reilly belongings... - Wednesday, October 5, 2016
A pair of tables from the collection of Sir Anthony O’Reilly has sold for 10 times their estimate at an auction that also featured a Victorian-era stuffed tiger head once owned by the bankrupt businessman. In a function room in The Long Man of Kilfane, a country pub near Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, exotic fare – including a stuffed antelope, baboon and the aforementioned tiger – went under the hammer yesterday in a sale hosted by Mealy’s auction house. The auction, titled Kilfane House: The Autumn Sale, included antiques and art assembled by Sir Anthony, the late US businessman Hal Clarke and other unnamed collectors. The temporary saleroom was packed to capacity as hundreds of items – including examples of Victorian taxidermy – were bid on. Taxidermy – long considered a dying ar...
Sir Anthony O’Reilly’s Castlemartin collection goe... - Saturday, October 1, 2016
There could hardly be a more appropriate – or grisly – memento of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger era than an actual big cat’s head owned by Sir Anthony O’Reilly, whose business empire went bust in the crash. A stuffed and mounted Indian tiger’s head “with glass eyes and a snarling mouth” from Castlemartin House, the former home of the bankrupt businessman, is among is among the lots consigned to Mealy’s auction on Tuesday, October 4th. The auction, titled “Kilfane House: The Autumn Sale”, includes antiques and art assembled by Sir Anthony O’Reilly, the late US businessman Hal Clarke and other unnamed collectors. Kilfane House is yet another Anglo-Irish big house and is near Thomastown and Mount Juliet in Co Kilkenny. The house was home to generations of “gentry” families, starting with ...
Auctions & Fairs - Saturday, October 1, 2016
Auction Results: Tuesday (September 27th) Christie’s, London. Auction titled “Brian Sewell – Critic & Collector”; the art collection of the late, renowned art critic for the London Evening Standard and regular guest panellist on BBC TV’s Have I Got News For You. Some 90 per cent of lots sold for a total of £3.7 million (€4.3m). There was an unexpected Irish angle when a drawing, Seated Male Nude [see pic] by 18th century Cork-born artist James Barry (1741-1806), sold for £87,500 (approximately €100,000). Christie’s said the price (which includes the buyer’s premium) had “set a record for a drawing by the artist” whose famous Self-Portrait as Timanthes, dated 1803, is in the National Gallery of Ireland. Wednesday (September 28th) Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers, “Rare Book & Col...
Paul Henry painting tops Adam’s art auction with €... - Saturday, October 1, 2016
At Adam’s Irish art sale in Dublin on Wednesday night, 70 per cent of the 194 lots sold for a total of €450,000. The top price was achieved for a classic west-of-Ireland landscape, Lot 15, In the Western Mountains by Paul Henry which sold for a hammer price of €52,000 – within the estimate (€40,000-€60,000). Lot 35, an Aran Islands scene, Waiting for the Tide by Sean Keating made €46,000 – below the estimate (€50,000-€70,000). Lot 76, Life in the Pond II, an abstract painting dating from 1996, by Tony O’Malley made €40,000 – double the low estimate (€20,000-€30,000). Among the lower-priced lots, Lot 1, View of Donegal from Tory by Derek Hill made €3,000 – way above estimate (€800-€1,200). The top lot in the sale, A Man Doing Accounts by Jack B Yeats, estimated at €200,000-€30...
Patrick Leonard painting exceeds expectations at W... - Saturday, October 1, 2016
Whyte’s said its Irish & International Art auction at the RDS in Dublin on Monday night had been “a fantastic sale with great results”. Overall, 83 per cent of lots sold for a total of €1.2 million. As well as saleroom bidding, Whyte’s said that 15 per cent of lots were bought online by internet bidders. Auctioneer Ian Whyte said “in terms of total sold and prices achieved it was the best sale since April 2008. This was due to a combination of the quality of the works offered and the renewed confidence in the art market”. Many of the lots had been consigned from “the Estate of George and Maura McClelland” including Lot 50 – the top lot – a cherrywood sculpture titled Matriarch, 1935 by F.E. McWilliam, the Northern Ireland sculptor who died in 1992, that made €90,000 – below ...
Mid-20th century European furniture sale at de Ver... - Saturday, October 1, 2016
De Veres auction of 20th Century and Contemporary Design Furniture takes place at 6pm on Tuesday (October 4th) in the Physicians Hall, 6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2. Viewing is underway at de Veres gallery close by at 35 Kildare Street. Auctioneer Rory Guthrie said the lots include mainly “Danish and Italian pieces from the 1950s, 60s and 70s” and among the designers featured are Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder, Niels Moller, Philippe Starck, Willy Rizzo, C+B Italia (now known as B+B Italia) and Poltrona Frau. Highlights include Lot 27, “a very unusual cocktail table that has a hinged burr walnut top that opens up to reveal its contents” catalogued as “a burr walnut metamorphic cocktail table in Willy Rizzo style, French, 1970s” estimated at €1,400-€1,800. De Veres say “the perfect item to...
Mixed results at auction of James Reilly vintage ... - Friday, September 30, 2016
A Daimler from the collection of vintage cars owned by Fine Gael deputy leader Dr James Reilly has been sold at auction for €12,500. The price was at the lower end of expectations. The car was sold at a Sheppard’s auction of the contents of Dr Reilly’s country home, Loughton House, outside Moneygall, Co Offaly. The ox-blood Daimler, registered to the British Admiralty in 1939 when Churchill was First Lord of the Admiralty, had a pre-auction estimate of €12,000-€18,000. Only five of the 10 vintage Jaguar cars were sold. The highest price of €3,200 was achieved for a 1960s Jaguar S with a 3.4 litre engine which had a top estimate of €4,000. Among the cars that failed to sell was a 1985 Jaguar XJSC, with a 3.6 litre engine, which did not attract a single bid. Auctioneer Michael Shep...
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