Among the highlights is art by Paul Henry and Jack B. Yeats. Viewing times are from 10 am to 6 pm for the next three days.
The annual Members’ Exhibition at the Lavit Gallery in Cork opens next Tuesday evening and runs to March 12. It features 70 works selected from 198 submitted pieces.
Among those exhibiting are Anne Bologna, Eoin Cassidy; Josef Keys; Damaris Lysaght; June Matthews; Margaret O’Sullivan; Dee Pieters; William Rattray and Peter Wolstenholme.
Irish Civil War travel permits connected with Cork, will feature at the sale at Cork Auction Rooms at noon tomorrow. Estimated at €400-€500 they are among a collection of militaria in the sale.
Other lots include a Stuart Devlin silver gilt egg (€1,000-€1,200), a Victorian walnut games/sewing table (€800-€1,200) and a vintage Louis Vuitton suitcase (€1,200-€1,500). Viewing is from 10 am to 6 pm today and tomorrow morning.
The top lot at the highly successful sale at Lynes and Lynes in Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork last Saturday was the painting of racegoers at the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1950.
By the artist Waldron West, it used to hang behind the bar at Cashel Palace Hotel and sold for €13,000.
A collection of miniatures by the Buck family of Cork artists sold for various prices from €500 to €1,100 and made a total of well over €7,000.
Works by Arthur Maderson and James Humbert Craig each sold for €4,600 at Morgan O’Driscoll’s online Irish art sale which ended on Monday evening.
The Artist’s Garden by Kenneth Webb made €3,400 at hammer and Figure in a Landscape by Daniel O’Neill made €2,800.