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Stuart Benson - Portrait Bust Of Mab Moltke

Stuart Benson - Portrait Bust Of Mab Moltke

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Lot number: 235
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STUART BENSON (20 TH CENTURY) Portrait Bust of Mab Moltke Bronze, 34cm high Note: Mab Moltke was a lifelong friend of Oliver St. John Gogarty and he commissioned Benson to make this bust for Mab as a gift. Benson also made a bronze bust of Gogarty - see frontispiece of 'Perennial' by Oliver St. John Gogarty, published by Contemporary Poetry, Baltimore, MD, 1944.
Beatrice Glenavy - The Irish Madonna

Beatrice Glenavy - The Irish Madonna

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy RHA (1881-1970) The Irish Madonna (c.1907/10) Pastel, 62 x 32cm (24½ x 12½'') Signed with monogram (Elvery) Provenance: Originally in the collection of Emily Persse (nee Brooke) (1890-1953), daughter of Rose Barton's sister, Emily Alma Brooke; later in the collection of Margaret (Midge) Brooke (1895-1981) who was married to Emily's brother, John; and then to their son, Lt. Cdr. Geoffrey Brooke (1920-2009); and thence by descent to the current owner.
William Lee Hankey - The Picnic Party

William Lee Hankey - The Picnic Party

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Lot number: 331
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William Lee Hankey RWS RI ROI RE NS (1869-1952) The Picnic Party Oil on Canvas, 49 x 60cm (19¼ x 23½") Signed, inscribed with title verso and exhibition no. 9 Lee Hankey is most noted as painter and etcher of French Harbour scenes and studies of English country life. He first studied at Chester School of Art, then at RCA and concluded his education in Paris. Although Hankey lived for the most part in London, keeping a studio in Chelsea, he often spent long periods travelling throughout Europe and from 1904 onwards kept a house in Etaples in France. Here he stayed for much of the year and produced his main body of work. He returned to England upon the outbreak of the First World War to serve with the Artists' Rifles. He exhibited widely, at all the main London galleries including the Leicester, Fine Art Society and Lefevre Galleries; also at the Royal Academy, Goupil Gallery and ROI. He was elected RBA and RMS in 1896, RI in 1898, ROI in 1909, RE in 1911 and a member of the Society of 25 Artists and in the late 1940's chairman of the Empire Arts Council. His work is represented in many collections across England and abroad. The British Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum hold examples of his work. His work was shown internationally, winning a gold medal at the Barcelona International Exhibition and Bronze in Chicago.
Tony O Malley - Abstract Composition

Tony O Malley - Abstract Composition

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Description Tony OMalley HRHA (1913-2003) Abstract Composition Oil on board, 92.5 x 17cm (36� x 6�'') Signed with initials � Provenance: The collection of Brian and Anne Friel � Kilkenny born painter Tony OMalley began painting full time in 1958 having worked as a bank clerk, while painting in his spare time. He is best known for his paintings done in Cornwall, where he lived for thirty years after visiting St Ives in 1955. He returned to settle there in 1960. While he was strongly influenced by the St Ives artistic community, his relationship was one of engagement rather than direct participation, although he did meet and work with Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron. � In the 1970s OMalley married his wife Jane, an artist and they spent their winters in the Bahamas. Influenced by the light and surroundings of the Carribean, much of his work from this time became more colourful and vibrant, moving away from the more sombre tones of his work in the 1950s and 60s. � His work has been exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Taylor Galleries,Dublin, the Coram Gallery in London and he represented Ireland at ROSC 80. An honorary member of the RHA (elected 1990), he was elected Saoi of Aosdana in 1993 and the following year received an Honorary Doctorate from Trinity College Dublin. When he died in 2003 he was rightly regarded as one of Irelands leading painters.The Irish Museum of Modern Art held a major retrospective of his work in 2005. �
James Arthur O Connor - Fishermen At The Weir, Salmon Leap, Leixlip

James Arthur O Connor - Fishermen At The Weir, Salmon Leap, Leixlip

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James Arthur O'Connor (1792-1841) Fishermen at the Weir, Salmon Leap, Leixlip Oil on canvas, 44 x 60cm (17¼ x 23½'') James Arthur OConnor was born in Dublin, the son of an engraver and printer, William OConnor. Although given a few lessons by Dublin artist William Sadler, he was largely self-taught. A lifelong friend of George Petrie and Francis Danby, he went to London with them in 1813, only to return a short time later to look after his orphaned sisters. He reputation as an artist quickly developed while back in Ireland, painting a series of landscapes for the Marquis of Sligo and Lord Clanricarde. In 1821 OConnor and his wife Anastatia, emigrated to London and the following year he exhibited at the Royal Academy. Over the course of the next decade he travelled a great deal in Europe, visiting France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, spending several months in the Rhine Valley. With his eyesight and his general health failing in 1839, his output diminished dramatically and he eventually died, virtually penniless, in London in 1841.
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Dublin
October 16, 2018
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