Category Archives: British & Irish Art

Works of British and Irish Art

Irish Watercolor of Dunguaire Castle Galway by Keith Thompson

Irish Watercolor of Dunguaire Castle Galway by Keith Thompson. Lovely little piece of Irish Art……………an Irish Watercolor of Dunguaire Castle, Galway by Keith Thompson. Framed under glass. We are particularly fond of this little piece ………because………. Dunguaire Castle is the Ancestral Home of the O’Shaughnessy Clan !!! No bias here !!! LOL Dunguaire Castle is…

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Original Irish Engraving of Four Courts of Law Dublin 1840 by WH Bartlett

Original Irish Engraving of Four Courts of Law Dublin 1840 by WH Bartlett. Lovely Original Irish Engraving of Four Courts of Law Dublin 1840 by WH Bartlett,  of the famous Dublin landmark….the Four Courts of Law….on the banks of the River Liffey ! Framed under glass…..certificate of authenticity on rear. Anyone who has visited Dublin…

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Large Irish Watercolor Snow on the Bog by Rev JH Flack

LOVELY Large Irish Watercolor Snow on the Bog by Rev JH Flack. From late 20th Century by Reverend J.H. Flack of Athy, Co. Kildare…….a renowned and respected Irish watercolorist. “Snow on the Bog” – depicts a winter scene in the Irish Midlands…..famous for the largest Bog in Europe….The Bog of Allen. Framed and under glass.…

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British Portrait by Frank Owen Salisbury of Sidney Shephard Esq – 1940/41 – VERY IMPORTANT

British Portrait by Frank Owen Salisbury of Sidney Shephard Esq. STUNNING….QUALITY……IMPORTANT  piece of British Art……….British Oil on Canvas Portrait of a Fox Huntsman by Frank Owen Salisbury (AKA The Painter Laureate) dated 1940/41 – IMPORTANT !!! With the assistance of the College of Coat of Arms in London, we have now FINALLY  identified the Sitter !!!…

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Hand Colored Aquatint of Hindu Scene by Captain Grindlay – VERY RARE

Hand Colored Aquatint of Hindu Scene by Captain Grindlay. FANTASTIC AND EXTREMELY RARE Hand Colored Aquatint Preparation for a Suttee or the Immolation of a Hindu Widow by Captain Grindlay. Hand colored aquatint or  engraved etching from Colonial India…..circa 1858. Hand Colored Aquatint of Hindu Scene by Captain Grindlay. Titled: ‘Preparation of a Suttee or…

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Watercolor Still Life of House Plant by Melani K

Watercolor Still Life of House Plant by Melani K. Original watercolor on board by Melani K. Probably a British artist. Still Life study of a house plant in terracotta planter. Nicely framed……..signed. Vintage piece….circa 1960. We think it is a mini – palm tree…..we initially thought it was……a  ‘pot’ plant !!    LOL A STILL…

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Irish Oil on Board of Bridge at Rathmore Edenderry Co Offaly by Doris O’Connor

Irish Oil on Board of Bridge at Rathmore Edenderry Co Offaly by Doris O’Connor from 2001. NICE little framed oil on board of a typical Irish Country Scene. This one depicts Rathmore Bridge, Edenderry, Co. Offaly. Rathmore Bridge is a local, well known, bridge over the Grand Canal. It was painted by a well known…

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Irish Art by John Loughney of Still Life of Fruit and Cup

Irish Art by John Loughney of Still Life of Fruit and Cup. Lovely piece of Irish Art. A Study in still life of fruit and china cup, saucer and spoon…..oil on canvas. By Irish Artist…..John Loughney……circa 1950. Signed on bottom left…..J. Loughney. Irish Art by John Loughney of Still Life of Fruit and Cup. A…

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Irish Art by John Loughney of The Quiet Pint

Irish Art by John Loughney of The Quiet Pint. LOVELY piece of original Irish Art…….I LOVE THIS ONE !! Oil on canvas by Irish artist ……. John Loughney. Irish Art by John Loughney of The Quiet Pint. Lovely simple painting that captures ‘the ESSENCE’ of Irish Country Life ! Signed on bottom left……”John Loughney”. From…

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19C Anglo Indian Sikh Regiment Military Watercolor

19C Anglo Indian Sikh Regiment Military Watercolor . BEAUTIFUL AND RARE 19th Century original military watercolor. From Colonial India……. in the time of the Raj……circa 1880. The painting depicts an Indian Regiment during Colonial Indian times. The Sikh Regiment is a 19 battalion strong, infantry regiment of the Indian Army, drawing a bulk of its…

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