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Roderick O Conor

(1860 -  1940 )
O CONOR Roderick Waves Breaking On The Shore At Sunset

De Veres Art Auctions /Mar 24, 2015
30,000.00 - 40,000.00
40,000.00

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Variants on Artist's name :

O'Conor Roberic

O'Conor Roderick

 

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Roderick O Conor - Baigneuse À La Mer

Roderick O Conor - Baigneuse À La Mer

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Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940) Baigneuse à la mer stamped with the studio stamp 'atelier/O'CONOR' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 39 ½ x 32 in. (100.4 x 81.3 cm.) Painted circa 1898-1900. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE IRISH COLLECTION Literature J. Benington, Apollo, 'From Realism to Expressionism: The Early Career of Roderic O'Conor', April 1985, pp. 257, 260, fig. 14. Exhibition catalogue, Roderic O'Conor 1860-1940, London, Barbican Art Gallery, 1985, p. 76, no. 30, illustrated. Exhibition catalogue, Roderic O'Conor, A Selection of his best works in Ireland, Dublin, Godolphin Art Gallery, 1978, pp. 6, 9, no. 4, as 'Nude in Stormy Seascape', illustrated. J. Benington, Roderic O'Conor: A Biography, with a Catalogue of his Work, Blackrock, 1992, pp. 83, 200, no. 87, pl. 29, as 'Nude against stormy seascape'. Exhibited Dublin, Godolphin Art Gallery, Roderic O'Conor, A Selection of his best works in Ireland, 1978, no. 4. London, Barbican Art Gallery, Roderic O'Conor 1860-1940, September - November 1985, no. 30: this exhibition travelled to Belfast, Ulster Museum, November 1985 - January 1986; Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland, January - March 1986; and Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery, March - May 1986.
Roderick O Conor - Seated Nude, Half-length

Roderick O Conor - Seated Nude, Half-length

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Roderic O'Conor (Irish, 1860-1940) Seated Nude, Half-length stamped with atelier stamp (verso) oil on canvas 64.8 x 54.6 cm. (25 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.) Painted circa 1923-6, please note there is another work by a different hand verso Footnotes Provenance Sale; Hotel Drout, Paris, Vente O'Conor, 7 February 1956 With Godolphin Gallery, Dublin, 1978 D.T.H. Clarke Sale; Christie's, R.H.A. Gallagher Gallery, Dublin, 28 June 1995, lot 34 Private Collection, U.K. Exhibited London, Browse & Darby, Roderic O'Conor , 26 October-26 November 1994, cat.no.26 Literature Jonathan Benington, Roderic O'Conor: a Biography with a Catalogue of his Work , Dublin, 1992, p.222, cat.no.267 The sitter for the present work has been identified as Renée Honta, the Artist's mistress and later wife. The painting verso of a Millhouse Landscape is believed to be in her hand.
Roderick O Conor - Nude In The Studio

Roderick O Conor - Nude In The Studio

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Description: Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940) NUDE IN THE STUDIO oil on canvas with O'Conor Atelier stamp on reverse; with typed Crane Kalman Gallery [London] label on reverse h:21.75 w:18.25 in. Provenance: with The Crane Kalman Gallery, London; Where purchased by Barnett Shine; Private collection This quietly contemplative nude model was painted by Roderic O'Conor in his rue du Cherche-Midi studio in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris, where he lived and painted for thirty years after his return to Paris in 1904 following a thirteen year period of residence in Brittany at Pont-Aven and at Rochefort-en-Terre in Morbihan. The change in O'Conor's environment from rural France to the busy and artistically competitive arena of the Paris art world early in the 20th century marked the beginning of a period of detachment from landscape themes, and a greater engagement with traditional studio subjects, including still-lifes, portraits, figure studies and paintings of unclothed female models. In O'Conor's first-floor studio there was one entire wall comprised of small panes of glass admitting natural light into an interior described by Clive Bell in his memoir, Old Friends (1956), as being "spacious but gloomy." For this painting O'Conor chose to pose his model deep in the studio interior taking up a viewing position with his back to the wall of windows. As a result the quality of light which illuminated his subject is soft and quite diffuse, unlike his more frequently used rich contrasts of colour which appear in other figure paintings and still-lifes where the subject was placed much closer to the light source. Behind the seated figure we see the solid mass of the large cast iron stove, which was the only source of heating in his studio and which appears in many of his studio paintings. O'Conor typically preferred to take a direct approach to his studio paintings, working initially in broad generalised tonal masses with little preliminary drawing as he had done in his landscape paintings from Brittany, and from Cassis in the Midi where he painted in 1913. For this portrait however, O'Conor began by making a series of preliminary sketches and drawings of his model, both clothed and unclothed (more than ten such drawings have been identified), with slight variations to the pose and the positioning of her right arm, which in the painting is bent at the elbow and rests on the arm of the chair to provide a support for her slightly inclined head. He also worked on a heavier grade of canvas than usual having a pronounced texture to which he applied a thin stain, deliberately leaving background areas untouched as the painting progressed. Selected passages in the model's upper body and head were similarly treated. Thicker paint was then applied to her upper body as he modelled the forms while keeping to the generally restrained technique and the mood of the painting. It is only in the green drapery on the armchair and in the white sheet or towel covering her left leg that we see O'Conor's typically vigorous and direct brush strokes and his mixing and blending of the oil paint directly on the canvas. This model is also the subject of a particularly strong and highly finished portrait known by the title Rouge et Vert which he exhibited at the Salon d'Automne of 1919, in which she wears a red dress and is seated against a background of patterned red and tan fabric which is generously draped in front of a green wall. Seated Nude was purchased from the Crane Kalman Gallery in London in 1969 by the enthusiastic O'Conor admirer and collector, Barnett Shine. Over the years he and his wife made several donations from their collection including in 1977 what is perhaps O'Conor's best known painting, the quite remarka
Roderick O Conor - Waves Breaking On The Shore At Sunset

Roderick O Conor - Waves Breaking On The Shore At Sunset

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Roderic O'Conor, 1860-1940 WAVES BREAKING ON THE SHORE AT SUNSET Oil and watercolour on paper, 18 1/2" x 24" (47 x 61cm) Provenance: Studiio of Roderic O'Conor, inherited by the artists housekeeper, Mme Henri Bellard, Nueil-sur-Layon; Purchased by Dr Robelet, 1956; Private Collection, France; Acquired by the present owner from Thierry Lannon, France, 2008.
Roderick O Conor - Nude With Stove

Roderick O Conor - Nude With Stove

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Lot Description Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940) Nude with stove stamped with the studio stamp 'atelier O'CONOR' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 21½ x 25¾ in. (54.5 x 65.4 cm.) Painted circa 1911-1915. Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940) Nude with stove stamped with the studio stamp 'atelier O'CONOR' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 21½ x 25¾ in. (54.5 x 65.4 cm.) Painted circa 1911-1915. Provenance Paris, Hôtel Drouot, Vente O'Conor, 7 February 1956. with Crane Kalman Gallery, London, where purchased by the present owner's mother in April 1961. Pre-Lot Text VARIOUS PROPERTIES Literature J. Benington, Roderic O'Conor A Biography, with a Catalogue of his Work, Dublin, 1992, p. 209, no. 158. Exhibited Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, Personal choice, paintings and sculpture from local private collections, July - August 1961, no. 58. London, Browse and Darby, Roderic O'Conor Exhibition, October - November 1994, no. 20. View Lot Notes >
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