Beatrice Glenavy

Ireland (18831970 ) - Artworks
GLENAVY Beatrice Two Little People

Bonhams /Jul 19, 2011
5,627.14 - 7,878.00
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Elvery Beatrice

 

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Beatrice Glenavy -  World War I

Beatrice Glenavy - World War I

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy RHA (1883-1968) World War I Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 13.2cm (20 x 17'') Signed with monogram. Literature: The Art of Beatrice Elvery, Lady Glenavy, Nicola Gordon-Bowe, Irish Arts Review, Vol II 1995, p169-175 Beatrice Glenavy began her studies at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art along with her sister Dorothy under William Orpen. She won the Queen's Prize for drawing (1900) and the Taylor Art Scholarship (1901) which enabled her to travel to Paris for further studies. On her return to Dublin Glenavy joined Sarah Purser's glass studio An Tur Gloine for a time before moving to London where she studied at The Slade School of Art under Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks. Glenavy was elected an RHA member in 1934, where she had been exhibiting for over 30 years and continued to do so up until the year of her death. During her lifetime she also exhibited at the Leinster Lecture Hall, Victor Waddington Galleries (solo show in 1955), Ritchie Hendriks Gallery, Leicester Galleries in London, the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy. Her work can be found in the collections of the National Gallery of Ireland, Crawford Municipal Gallery, Ulster Museum, Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane and the Office of Public Works.
Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy (Irish, 1883-1970) Two Little People signed with monogram (lower right), further signed and inscribed 'TWO LITTLE PEOPLE/LADY GLENAVY R.H.A./ROCKBROOK/HOUSE./RATHFARNHAM/Co. DUBLIN' (verso) 56 x 46 cm. (26 x 18 in.) Footnote: PROVENANCE: The artist Thence by descent
Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy (Irish, 1883-1970) Two Little People signed with monogram (lower right), further signed and inscribed 'TWO LITTLE PEOPLE/LADY GLENAVY R.H.A./ROCKBROOK/HOUSE./RATHFARNHAM/Co. DUBLIN' (verso) oil on canvas 56 x 46 cm. (26 x 18 in.) PROVENANCE: The artist Thence by descent
Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

Beatrice Glenavy - Two Little People

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy (Irish, 1883-1970) Two Little People signed with monogram (lower right), further signed and inscribed 'TWO LITTLE PEOPLE/LADY GLENAVY R.H.A./ROCKBROOK/HOUSE./RATHFARNHAM/Co. DUBLIN' (verso) oil on canvas 56 x 46 cm. (26 x 18 in.) Footnote: PROVENANCE: The artist Thence by descent
Beatrice Glenavy - Rival Musicians

Beatrice Glenavy - Rival Musicians

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Lady Beatrice Glenavy RHA (1881-1970) Rival Musicians Oil on canvas, 51 x 61cm (20 x 24") Signed with monogram, signed and inscribed verso Exhibited: RHA Annual Exhibition 1941, Cat. No. 12 Provenance: Máire MhicAogáin & Seoirse MacAodhagáin Beatrice Glenavy began her studies at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art and although William Orpen studied there at the same time and is reported to have been the star student, she won the Queen's Prize for drawing (1900) and the Taylor Art Scholarship (1901) which enabled her to travel to Paris for further studies. On her return to Dublin Glenavy joined Sarah Purser's glass studio An Tur Gloine for a time before moving to London where she studied at the Slade School of Art under Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks. Glenavy was elected an RHA member in 1934, where she had been exhibiting for over thirty years and continued to do so up until the year of her death. During her lifetime she also exhibited at the Leinster Lecture Hall, Victor Waddington Galleries (solo show in 1955), Ritchie Hendriks Gallery, Leinster Galleries in London, the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy. Her work can be found in the collections of the National Gallery of Ireland, Crawford Municipal Gallery, Ulster Museum, Hugh Lane and the Office of Public Works.
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