William Orpen

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Baccarat crystal and silver bowl €200- €300

Whyte’s Christmas timed online auction – currently open for bidding and ending on December 16th – offers those in search festive gifts an array of unu(...)

A series of eries of early unpublished letters from WB Yeats to Ethel Veasey, 1883-85- Sothebys.

FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS Please note – as government health restrictions may change – do consult with auction rooms in advance of any in room sales. Most(...)

Frank McKelvey, Fishing Boats on Donegal Coast (€4,500-€5,500), Adam’s Blackrock

RESULTS November 23rd Morgan O’Driscoll Irish and International Art sale Jug, William Scott €85,000 (€80,000-€120,000); Maam Valley, Paul Henry €66,(...)

Pair of George VI art deco candelabra from the Painted Hall at Greenwich €18,000–€20,000 will feature in Hegarty’s’s sale on November 15th

Auction results Lyon and Turnbull UK, October 22nd Lalique set owned by Florence St George, lover of artist William Orpen, achieved £26,250 (£10(...)

The brooch from the set of Lalique jewellery created from a choker owned by Florence Evelyn St George, muse, patron and lover of Sir William Orpen, will be auctioned at the Lyon & Turnbull sale in London on October 22nd

A piece of jewellery owned by one of the most talked-about socialites of early 20th-century London, who was married to an Irish land agent but also ha(...)

From the collection of Michael Smurfit, (detail)  Travelling Woman with Newspaper by Louis le Brocquy (£700,000-£1m) at Sotheby’s Irish Art Sale in London

Auction results Sunday, August 23rd Adam's At Home Sale Over 87 per cent sold with sales exceeding €250,000. According to Adam’s online purchases t(...)

Interior of Michael Smurfit’s private residence, showing portraits by William Orpen

The private art collection owned by businessman Michael Smurfit is to be sold over the course of the coming year through various auctions by Sotheby’s(...)

Ignatius and Mary O’Connell  met when both were teachers at a school in Ballycastle, Co Antrim. Photograph: Bronagh O’Connell

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

George Victor Du Noyer (1817-1869),fungi collected,   Derry, 1837.Watercolour and pencil on paper, Courtesy of the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Pioneering Irish artists are at the heart of the National Gallery of Ireland’s new exhibition, Drawn from Nature: Irish Botanical Art, spanning almost(...)

Josephine McNeill: the first woman to head an Irish diplomatic mission. Photograph: Courtesy of UCD Archives

Josephine McNeill was the first woman to head an Irish diplomatic mission. She took up her post in The Hague 70 years ago in January 1950 and served i(...)

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