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Roderick O Conor

(1860 -  1940 )
O CONOR Roderick Still Life With Apples On A White Cloth

De Veres Art Auctions /May 25, 2016
50,000.00 - 70,000.00
55,000.00

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Variants on Artist's name :

O'Conor Roberic

O'Conor Roderick

 

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Artworks in Arcadja
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Roderick O Conor -  Nu Au Canape Rouge

Roderick O Conor - Nu Au Canape Rouge

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Lot number: 43
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Description:
Roderic O'Conor, 1860-1940 NU AU CANAPE ROUGE Oil on canvas, 28 3/4" x 36 1/4" (73 x 92cm). Provenance: Sale, Hotel Drouot, Paris: Vente O'Conor, 7th February 1956; Private Collection, France; By descent, 1970 Serge Tesson, Commissaire, Priseur, Parthenay, France; Sothebys, The Irish Sale, London, 16th May 2002 (lot 142), which catalogue entry stated: this work was probably executed circa 1909-1914. It was painted in the artists studio at 102 Cherche-Midi, to which he moved upon his departure from Brittany in 1904
Roderick O Conor - Woman In A Turquoise Cardigan

Roderick O Conor - Woman In A Turquoise Cardigan

Original -
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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 356
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Description:
Roderic O'Conor, 1860-1940 Woman in a Turquoise Cardigan

Oil on canvas 23\” x 19\” (58.5 x 48cm)

Provenance: Studio of the artist, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 7 February 1956; Sotheby\’\’s, 23rd May 1984, lot 87; Taylor Gallery, London.

Exhibited: Taylor Gallery, London. Irish Art in the 20th Century, 1989, No. 23.

Literature: Jonathan Bennington, Roderic O\’\’Conor: a Biography, with a Catalogue of his work Dublin 1992 no. 214. Irish Academic Press, Dublin 1992, p.215, catalogue no. 214.
Roderick O Conor - Country Lane, Brittany

Roderick O Conor - Country Lane, Brittany

Original 1897
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Lot number: 193
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Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940)

Country lane, Brittany

signed and dated 'O'CONOR/1897' (lower right) and with the studio stamp (on the reverse)

oil on canvas

24 x 19 ¾ in. (61 x 50 cm.)

Provenance

with Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London, 1957.
with Schoneman Galleries, New York, 1960.

Pre-Lot Text

50 YEARS OF CONNOISSEURSHIP: PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION

Literature

Connoisseur

, March 1957, p. 121, illustrated.
D. Sutton, 'Roderic O'Conor, little-known member of the Pont-Aven circle',
Studio

, November 1960, p. 174.
J. Benington,
Roderic O'Conor, A Biography, with a Catalogue of his Work
, Dublin, 1992, pp. 63, 64, 195, no. 51, illustrated.

Exhibited

London, Roland, Browse and Delbanco,
Roderic O'Conor paintings; collectors' drawings, 19th and 20th century
, 1957, no. 16.
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Roderick O Conor - Still Life With Apples On A White Cloth

Roderick O Conor - Still Life With Apples On A White Cloth

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Lot number: 33
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Roderic O'Conor, 1860-1940 STILL LIFE WITH APPLES ON A WHITE CLOTH
Oil on board, 14\” x 18\” (35.5 x 45.8cm), stamped with studio stamp atelier / O\’\’\’\’CONOR verso

Provenance: The Artists Studio Sale, Hotel Drouot, Paris 7 February 1956; Crane Kalman Gallery, London; Mr and Mrs E Brunner, Wilmslow, anonymous sale, Christies, London 9 March 1990, lot 257

Literature: J. Bennington, Roderic O\’\’\’\’Conor, a biography with a catalogue of his work, Dublin 1992, p.221, no.261.

Roderick O Conor - Nu Brun, Assis

Roderick O Conor - Nu Brun, Assis

Original 1913
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Lot number: 69
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Roderic O
Conor (1860 - 1940)
Nu Brun, Assis (1913)
Oil on canvas, 65 x 54cm (25½ x 21¼")
Signed and dated (19)13

Atelier stamp verso
Provenance: Hotel Drovot, Paris 'Vente O'Conor' Feb 1956; Sotheby's London 2/11/1983 Lot 72 where purchased by current owners
Exhibited:

Roderic O
Conor - Shades of a Master
, The Hunt Museum, June - Aug 2003, Cat No. 19;

Also exhibited: Paris in the 11e. Salon d'Automne in 1913 as No.1596 in a group of six works by O
Conor with the title

Jeune femme assise.

Works by Matisse and Bonnard were also in the same exhibition
.

This work was painted in his Paris studio

before the summer which he spent in Cassis in the south of France.
Our thanks to Roy Johnston for this extra information
Literature: "Roderic O'Connor" (1992) by Jonathan Benington Cat. No. 164; "Shades of a Master" Hunt Museum 2003 (illustrated)
Nora Hickey writing in "Shades of a Master" (2003) said of this picture:-
"The influence of Gauguin and the Fauves is apparent in the accentuated outline of this studio nude and the broad directional brushstrokes of the background, which recall O'Conor's earlier feathered brushwork and striped paintings. The sorrowful expression, a common feature of O'Conor's nudes and sympathetic treatment of the subject invite the viewer to empathise with the sitter."
O'Conor was friendly with Gauguin and included a work called "Te nave nave fenua" (Delightful land) amongst his important art collection which also included works by Renoir, Derain, Bonnard, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec and Modigliani amongst many of the other greats. He was not only a great collector but "he was an innovator who had significant influence on his contemporaries and a younger generation of English artists in Paris such as the painter Matthew Smith who referred to O'Conor as his master".
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