Fresh work and old vie for bidders in Cork

New and established names feature at Dolan’s sale in the Rochestown Park Hotel tomorrow, says Des O’Sullivan.

Fresh work and old vie for bidders in Cork

Paintings by up and coming and established Irish artists as well as furniture, silver; sculpture and collectible items, feature at Dolan’s sale in Cork tomorrow . Viewing is underway at Rochestown Park Hotel for a sale of 240 lots which go under the hammer at 2pm.

There are 11 fresh-to-market early works by Kenneth Webb. Among other artists in the sale are John Coll, John Behan; Arthur Maderson; Robert Egginton; Basil Blackshaw; John Schwatschke; Tony O’Malley; John Kingerlee; David Ffrench le Roy; Sean McSweeney; Henry Morgan; Jack Donovan and Thelma Mansfield. There is a collection of 15 monochrome etchings of musicians by Gertrude Dagenhardt.

Collectibles include a German Third Reich officer’s badge and dog handler’s medal. There is a 17th century oak bible box and a 19th century travelling mirror inscribed by a Private Turnbull who was stationed at Victoria Barracks, Cork.

Viewing at Rochestown Park is from 10 am to 9 pm today and from 10 am to the start of the sale tomorrow.

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