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Leading Galway and national artists such as Dorothy Cross, Imelda Healy, Joe Boske, Manus Walsh and Mark O’Neill feature in the 2017 MADRA Dog Rescue Charity Art Auction, on Saturday, December 9th, in The PorterShed, Eyre Square Galway.
Fonsie Mealy auctioneers conducted a busy sale of more than 800 lots in Dublin on May 30. There was huge interest in the unique and interesting items on offer. Some of the west of Ireland related lots that sold for over twice their estimate were the the original door knocker from Galway Gaol (lot 529), described as a heavy cast iron door knocker modelled as a hand grabbing a wreath with lions mounted by Kerricks & Son on a mahogany frame, by tradition reputed to have been removed as a memento from Galway Gaol while being released from detention by Brian Corrigan, of Owenduff, Achill, West Mayo. The knocker realised €1,700, four times its pre-sale estimate.
The auction season begins again with Aidan Foley’s antique and fine art auction, taking place at Galway Auction Rooms this Saturday, January 28.
The auction season begins again with Aidan Foley's antique and fine art auction, taking place at Galway Auction Rooms this Saturday.
Following the sudden death in 2012 of Fr Brian Hanley, a noted collector, well-known fine art auctioneers Matthews of Oldcastle in Co Meath has been chosen by the executors to sell the contents of his former residence by public auction. An early Victorian glebe house, Kedagh Park House is situated one mile outside Glenamaddy, Co Galway, on the Roscommon road. The auction, to be held this Sunday February 1 at 1.30pm, features his life-time collection formed over 60 years. The sale comprises a total of more than 600 lots of antiques.
Following the sudden death in 2012 of Fr Brian Hanley, a noted collector, well-known fine art auctioneers Matthews of Oldcastle in Co Meath have been chosen by the executors to sell the contents of his former residence by public auction.
In partnership with the Fine Art and Photography Society in AIT, Luan Gallery, Athlone presents UNHEARD OF, a collection of artworks donated by both emerging and established artists for auction. The proceeds will be split between Midlands Simon Community, Special Olympics Ireland, and AIT Student Hardship Fund.
Over the last 75 years, Mealys Fine Art have brought to the market some of the most interesting and unique pieces of fine art and antiques that Ireland has ever seen on behalf of their extensive list of clients.
FINE ART is normally an expensive purchase, and a painting could set you back enough to lead you to enduring beans on toast for your Christmas dinner.
Antique and fine art auctioneer Paul Walsh this week-end holds his most interesting auction of antique fine art in the five years in which he has run The Galway Auction Rooms in Kilcolgan.