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A PAIR OF INDIAN WHITE METAL PETAL BOWLS. 40.5cm wide.
A PAIR OF INDIAN WHITE METAL PETAL BOWLS. 40.5cm wide. Adam's
Cuala Press Four hand coloured prints from designs by Jack B. Yeats
Cuala Press Four hand coloured prints from designs by Jack B. Yeats, nos. 7, 8, 31 & 33, 'The Island People', 'The Pookawn', 'A Shop in Sailor Town' and 'The Playboy of the Western World', various sizes. Adam's
LYNETTE WOODS, (20th Century) Church Window Photographic print, 27.5
LYNETTE WOODS, (20th Century) Church Window Photographic print, 27.5 x 18.5cm Limited Edition 12/30, Signed Adam's
John Butler Yeats RHA (1839-1922) Bored Oil on canvas, 38.1 x 27.9cm
John Butler Yeats RHA (1839-1922) Bored Oil on canvas, 38.1 x 27.9cm (15 x 11'') Provenance: From the collection of the artist's Granddaughter Anne Yeats and her sale HOK RDS November 2002 Exhibited: The Royal Hibernian Academy, 1882 Cat. No. 272 John Butler Yeats first exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1880 and until 1908 he exhibited at total of eighty-five works. The present work was exhibited in 1882 at the RHA during a period when Yeats was concentrating on more serious subject matter, a series of drawings of the Phoenix Park murder trials. This half length portrait resembles the portrait of ''Jack B Yeats as a Boy'' painted 1883 and exhibited in the same year at the RHA, cat no.366. Both stylistically and in its pose this lady is posed to the right with her head turning back at a characteristic angle, her right arm is sketchily done, similar again to the Jack B Yeats portrait. He is also quite provocative in his use of colour, a trait which notes his later paintings. As a portrait painter he was highly praised and The Studio magazine said of his work that ''he had stamped his individuality upon his work in such a manner as to give it a certain distinction, a quality of uniqueness''. Adam's
Mary Cottenham Yeats (1863-1947) A Seaside Stroll Watercolour, 30x
Mary Cottenham Yeats (1863-1947) A Seaside Stroll Watercolour, 30x 24.5cm (12 x 9.75'') Signed with monogram Mary Cottenham White (known to all as Cottie) was a fellow art student of Jack B. Yeats in London and they got married in 1894. Although they lived in Devon they came over to Ireland often and both contributed designs to the Dun Emer Guild the best known of which were the banners for the Cathedral in Loughrea. Similar images to this one were reproduced in print format by the Cuala Press, best known of which was the illustration to John Todhunters verse 'O, wind, O mighty melancholy wind'. Lily Yeats executed a number of her designs for embroidery Adam's

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Dublin 2, Ireland
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