Dublin views on the block at Whytes and a chance to win miniature art for a good cause
Valentine jewellery sale, contents of Piercetown House, online art sales
Norman J McCaig Barges on the Liffey €1,000-€1,500 Whyte’s
Wednesday, January 29th
Victor Mee Pub Memorabilia Sale
Lot 387, rare Shamrock Whiskey mirror Kirker Greer & Co Ltd, Belfast 1910 €6,400 (€5,000-€7,000); lot 418, rare copper pot still €950 (€800-€1,200); lot 269, very rare early 20th century mahogany and glass Ogden’s Cigarettes dispensing cabinet flanked by two advertising mirrors €3,200 (€3,000- €6,000); lot 469, rare McConnell’s special Irish glass whiskey dispenser €2,100 (€1,000-€2,000); lot 495, rare Smoke Gallaher’s Gold Plate cigarettes and Two Flakes tobacco advertising mirror €5,400 (€3,500-€6,500); lot 559, rare Fry’s Chocolate shop display cabinet with mirrored pediment €1,700 (€1,200-€1,800).
Monday, February 3rd
Adam’s St Stephen’s Green online art sale
Lot 100, Ion Bitzan Untitled mixed media, €6,500 (€400-€600); lot 21, Daniel Timmers Untitled Portrait of a Lady €2,800 (€1,000-€1,500); Lot 35, Jonathan Wade Untitled €2,000 (€400-€600); lot 124, Ann McCoy The Night Sea Air €1,900 (€200-€300); lot 26, Robert Ballagh Oh Mona print €1,100 (€300-€500); lot 101, Carolyn Mulholland Flowers €1,500 (€1,500-€2,000).
Tuesday, February 11th
De Vere’s Kildare Street, Dublin
Online art auction. Over 150 lots, representing a cross section of Irish art with estimates from €100-€2,000. deveres.ie
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th, February
Matthews Auction Rooms, Duke Street, Kells, Co Meath
Antiques and interiors auction: Over 1,000 lots including contents of recently sold Piercetown House, Dunboyne, Co Meath. matthewsauctionrooms.com
Sunday, February 16th
Whytes online art sale
200 lots with guides from €100, offering emerging collectors and those with modest budgets an opportunity to acquire works of art at reasonable prices. whytes.ie
Hegarty Antiques & Fine Art Sale, The Auction Rooms, Parnell Business Park, the Bypass, Bandon, Co Cork
Fine art and antiques sale. hegartyantiques.com
Tuesday, February 18th
Aidan Foley, The Auction Rooms, Sixmilebridge, Co Clare
Contents from a Co Tipperary equestrian property and a period house in Lismore. Over 1,000 lots to include four door library bookcase, occasional furniture, Persian rugs, Waterford crystal and artworks by Charles Lamb, Sean Keating, Anne Marie Burke, JP Rooney, Markey Robinson, Grahame Knuttel, Lorna Millar, Colin Flack, Gregory Moor, Simeon Stafford, Ronald Keefer, Norman Teeling and John Kingerlee. Also listed is a remote control Bell UH1 Huey helicopter. irishcountryhome.com
Wednesday, February 19th
O’Reilly’s Auction Rooms, Francis Street, Dublin
Fine jewellery sale. oreillysfineart.com
Fonsie Mealy, Avalon House Hotel, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny
The Making Room sale. Furniture, art, and rare books of Irish and general interest. fonsiemealy.ie
Contemporary art sale. To include two paintings by Sean Scully: lot 125, 8.20.89 (£50,000-£70,000) and lot 129, Pink Three (£200,000-£300,000). sothebys.com
Thursday, February 20th
Sheppard’s Durrow, Co Laois
Asian art auction. Sale of an important Irish collection, which will be preceded by a lecture on Chinese ceramics by Prof Alan Fletcher of University College Dublin. sheppards.ie
A collection of 20 x 20cm art works will be on display at Cali Kitchen, a cafe within the grounds of the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, from Monday 10th to Friday 14th February in advance of the launch of a proposal by ArtNetdlr for a new Creative Arts Hub at the Old Carnegie Library, Dun Laoghaire.
Over 40 canvases will be exhibited by artists including Gwen O’Dowd, Donald Teskey, Gary Coyle, Patrick Graham, Mary Lohan, Kate MacDonagh, Colin Martin, Carmel Benson, Gugi, Ed Milliano, Myra Jago and Charlie Tyrell.
Tickets (€50 each) for a draw for the art works will be available to purchase at the Cali Kitchen from Monday 10th – Friday 14th, February. All proceeds will go towards funding the proposal. One ticket per art work will be sold, so everyone is a winner.
The draw will take place at the National Maritime Museum, Dun Laoghaire on Wednesday, February 19th at 6pm where economist, author and journalist, David McWilliams will be the key speaker to officially launch the proposal. Doors open at 5.30pm. www.artnetdlr.ie