Your guide to auctions and events around the country over the next week.
Art by Sean Keating, Charles Lamb and Arthur Maderson will come under the hammer at Aidan Foley’s sale at Sixmilebridge, Co Clare, at 10am on Tuesday.
The sale will feature a large collection of militaria, stamps, books, Persian rugs and a pair of Victorian pedestal tables.
Viewing gets underway at 11am today.
An Irish art online auction by Morgan O’Driscoll gets underway at 6.30pm on Monday evening.
It features work by Sean Scully, Norah McGuinness, James Brohan, Kenneth Webb, Francis Tansey, Thomas Rose Miles, John Morris, Dan O’Neill and many other Irish artists.
It will be on view in Skibbereen from 11am to 3pm on Monday.
The relationship between gender, class and ethnicity in the construction of identity is explored in an exhibition by Chila Kumari Singh Burman at the Lavit Gallery in Cork.
Punk Punjabi Prints: A Suitcase of Etching, from Reason to Madness is her first exhibition in Ireland.
On show is an exhibition of print-based works made in the decade from the late 1970s to the late 1980s.
Themes like racism, immigration policies, personal diasporic narratives, legacies of British Imperialism and sexuality within patriarchy are explored.
The British artist is showing in partnership with Cork Printmakers and the show runs to October 12.
Hibernian Antique Fairs will be at Menlo Park Hotel, Galway, 11am-6pm tomorrow.
In Dublin, Bonhams will hold a prints and multiples valuation day on October 4.
Meanwhile, Jewellery and watches will be valued at Bonhams on Molesworth Street on October 8.
There will be a two-day antiques and interiors auction by Matthews at the Dukes Building, Kells, Co Meath, on September 28 and 29.
Sean Eacrett will conduct a house contents auction at Leinster Grove, Naas, Co Kildare.
The event takes place at 12pm on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, in Dublin, there will be a jewellery and silver sale at O’Reilly’s on Francis Street on Wednesday.