AUGUST ONLINE ART AUCTION

Found 268 lots / showing 19 - 36
Lot 19 - May Altar by Thomas Ryan Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 20" x 16" / 51cm x 41cm Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000 Current bid: £1,000
Lot 20 - Roses and Lillies by Brian Ballard Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 20" x 16" / 51cm x 41cm Estimate: £1,200 - £1,800 Current bid: £850
Lot 21 - Irish Village by Markey Robinson Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 30" x 40" / 76cm x 102cm Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000 Current bid: £3,000
Lot 22 - Wine Glass with Lemon by Raymond Campbell Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 9" x 7" / 23cm x 18cm Estimate: £500 - £700 Current bid: £360
Lot 23 - Wine Glass and Nectarine by Raymond Campbell Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 9" x 7" / 23cm x 18cm Estimate: £500 - £700 Current bid: £480
Lot 24 - Inch Beach by John Morris Medium: Oil on Board Size: 9" x 10" / 23cm x 25cm Estimate: £300 - £400 Current bid: £200
Lot 25 - Circus by George Dunne Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 42" x 36" / 107cm x 91cm Estimate: £1,000 - £1,200 Current bid: £440
Lot 26 - After The Gig by Patrick Baird Medium: I first photographed Van in Belfast in the mid-'60s. He was back in Ireland briefly, having released 'Brown Eyed Girl' in the USA. We became friends. I shot pictures of him under the railway bridge near Cyprus Avenue, at my home in Belmont and in my studio. These pictures were sent to his record company's owner, Bert Berns, in the US. Sadly, Berns died not long after and the negatives were lost. In 1974 I was freelancing in London and arranged to shoot pictures of Van on stage at the Hammersmith Odeon and after the gig in his dressing room. Van was relaxed, smiling, making jokes, talking about Belfast days. Did he miss anything in particular, I asked, now that he was living in California? He paused for a moment and said there were a few things. Although he wasn't a serious soccer fan, he said, he missed hearing the football results on the radio. "There's a place in the valley where I can get them on Short Wave" he said. "Sometimes I go there and listen". Patrick Baird, 2015 This image is number two in a limited edition of five. It is Giclee printed using archival inks and paper. The original was a 35mm negative on Tri-X film. Size: 27" x 40" / 69cm x 102cm Estimate: £400 - £600 Current bid: £100
Lot 27 - Big Sea by Dorothy Smith Medium: Oil on Paper Size: 28" x 40" / 71cm x 102cm Estimate: £300 - £500 Current bid: £200
Lot 28 - Scarlet Robin by Julian Friers PRUA Medium: Watercolour Size: 11" x 16" / 28cm x 41cm Estimate: £600 - £800 Current bid: £400
Lot 29 - Dungegan Beach, Ballinskelligs by Kurt Jackson Medium: Watercolour Size: 15" x 17" / 38cm x 43cm Estimate: £800 - £1,200 Current bid: £500
Lot 30 - Landscape by Elizabeth Brophy Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 18" x 25" / 46cm x 64cm Estimate: £500 - £700 Current bid: £300
Lot 31 - Spring Light II by David French Le-Roy Medium: Oil on Board Size: 18" x 24" / 46cm x 61cm Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000 Current bid: £1,100
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Lot 33 - The Informer by Neil Shawcross Medium: Oil on Board Size: 7" x 5" / 18cm x 13cm Estimate: £600 - £800 Current bid: £400
Lot 34 - Vernacular, Three White Sheets by Michael Hales Medium: Oil and Encaustic on Board Size: 16" x 24" / 41cm x 61cm Estimate: £700 - £900 Current bid: £400
Lot 35 - The Quiet by Paula McKinney Medium: Oil on Board Size: 30" x 30" / 76cm x 76cm Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500 Current bid: £800
Lot 36 - Van Morrison at the Hammersmith Odeon by Patrick Baird Medium: I first photographed Van in Belfast in the mid-'60s. He was back in Ireland briefly, having released 'Brown Eyed Girl' in the USA. We became friends. I shot pictures of him under the railway bridge near Cyprus Avenue, at my home in Belmont and in my studio. These pictures were sent to his record company's owner, Bert Berns, in the US. Sadly, Berns died not long after and the negatives were lost. In 1974 I was freelancing in London and arranged to shoot pictures of Van on stage at the Hammersmith Odeon and after the gig in his dressing room. Van was relaxed, smiling, making jokes, talking about Belfast days. Did he miss anything in particular, I asked, now that he was living in California? He paused for a moment and said there were a few things. Although he wasn't a serious soccer fan, he said, he missed hearing the football results on the radio. "There's a place in the valley where I can get them on Short Wave" he said. "Sometimes I go there and listen". I first photographed Van in Belfast in the mid-'60s. He was back in Ireland briefly, having released 'Brown Eyed Girl' in the USA. We became friends. I shot pictures of him under the railway bridge near Cyprus Avenue, at my home in Belmont and in my studio. These pictures were sent to his record company's owner, Bert Berns, in the US. Sadly, Berns died not long after and the negatives were lost. In 1974 I was freelancing in London and arranged to shoot pictures of Van on stage at the Hammersmith Odeon and after the gig in his dressing room. Van was relaxed, smiling, making jokes, talking about Belfast days. Did he miss anything in particular, I asked, now that he was living in California? He paused for a moment and said there were a few things. Although he wasn't a serious soccer fan, he said, he missed hearing the football results on the radio. "There's a place in the valley where I can get them on Short Wave" he said. "Sometimes I go there and listen". Patrick Baird, 2015 This image is number two in a series of five. It is Giclee printed using archival inks and paper. The original was a 35mm High Speed Ektachrome transparency. Size: 27" x 40" / 69cm x 102cm Estimate: £400 - £600 Current bid: £100
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