The auction of 293 lots features everything from studies by Gerard Dillon and a watercolour by Barrie Castle to landscapes by James Arthur O’Connor and a still life by Peter Collis, who died last week. An oil by Arthur Maderson, ‘Towards the Opera House, Montpeuer, France, January Evening’ is estimated at €10,000-€15,000, ‘Distant Sail’ by Kenneth Webb is estimated at €5,000-€7,000 as is ‘Mountain Oak’ by William Crozier. ‘Leenane Connemara’ by James Humbert Craig and ‘Tao De Ching’ by Pauline Bewick are each estimated at €6,000-€9,000 while ‘Kite over Carraroe’ by John Shinnors has an estimate of €7,000-€10,000. A pen and ink by Jack Butler Yeats, ‘Stormy Seas’, has an estimate of €6,000-€8,000 as has a work entitled ‘Bogland’ by Sean McSweeney. Viewing is from noon to 10pm tomorrow and from 10am to 6pm on Monday.