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    • MAY GUINNESS A. R. H. A.
      Jan. 31, 2024

      MAY GUINNESS A. R. H. A.

      Est: €500 - €800

      Views of Howth. Watercolour. From her portfolio. Framed. Image size: 26 x 34 cm.; framed: 40 x 48 cm. Lot Number 726 PICTURES AND PRINTS Approximate Time 12:41:15

      Sheppards
    • May Guinness, Irish (1863-1955) "Harvest Time," watercolour, depicting busy scene with multiple
      Nov. 16, 2022

      May Guinness, Irish (1863-1955) "Harvest Time," watercolour, depicting busy scene with multiple

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      May Guinness, Irish (1863-1955) "Harvest Time," watercolour, depicting busy scene with multiple figures at work on a mountainous landscape, approx. 38cms x 51cms (15" x 20"), signed  lower left. (1)

      Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers
    • LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR PAINTING BY MAY GUINNESS
      Jun. 04, 2022

      LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOR PAINTING BY MAY GUINNESS

      Est: $100 - $150

      Watercolor on a paper drawing depicting a sailing ship on a canal of an old European town. Signed B.M. Guinness RHA in the lower left. May Guinness, 1863-1955, was an Irish painter who exhibited regularly with the Royal Hibernian Academy, RHA, between 1897 and 1911. White mat, golden frame. Collectible Antique Graphic Landscape Art.

      Antique Arena Inc
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) Portrait of a Woman
      Apr. 26, 2022

      May Guinness (1863-1955) Portrait of a Woman

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) Portrait of a Woman oil on canvas laid on board signed with monogram lower left h:50.50  w:23.50 cm. Provenance: The Dawson Gallery, Dublin (framing label verso); Private Collection

      Morgan O'Driscoll
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Dutch Landscape with Distant Town Watercolour, 41 x 61cm (16 x 24'') Signed
      Mar. 30, 2022

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Dutch Landscape with Distant Town Watercolour, 41 x 61cm (16 x 24'') Signed

      Est: €1,000 - €2,000

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Dutch Landscape with Distant Town Watercolour, 41 x 61cm (16 x 24'') Signed

      Adam's
    • May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)
      Apr. 15, 2021

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)

      Est: £5,000 - £8,000

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955) Girl Reading oil on canvas 36 ¼ x 28 ¾ in. (92 x 73 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)
      Apr. 15, 2021

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)

      Est: £7,000 - £10,000

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955) Autumn Flowers oil on canvas 28 x 36 in. (71 x 91.4 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) SAN MALO FROM ST. SERVAN, c.1925
      Oct. 19, 2020

      May Guinness (1863-1955) SAN MALO FROM ST. SERVAN, c.1925

      Est: €8,000 - €12,000

      signed lower left; signed and titled on reverse; with original inscribed label also on reverse; with Museé de Pont-Aven exhibition label also on reverse

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955)Still Life Study of FlowersPastel, 36 x 24cm (14¼ x 9½'')Provenance: The estate of Norah McGuinness; with Taylor Galleries, Dublin; with The Frederick Gallery, Dublin.
      Sep. 02, 2020

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955)Still Life Study of FlowersPastel, 36 x 24cm (14¼ x 9½'')Provenance: The estate of Norah McGuinness; with Taylor Galleries, Dublin; with The Frederick Gallery, Dublin.

      Est: €400 - €600

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955)Still Life Study of FlowersPastel, 36 x 24cm (14¼ x 9½'')Provenance: The estate of Norah McGuinness; with Taylor Galleries, Dublin; with The Frederick Gallery, Dublin.

      Adam's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Kiosk on the Bosphorus Pastel, 26 x 20cm (10¼ x 8'')Later inscribed versoProvenance: Gifted by Sarah Purser to Mary Swanzy. Collection of Antoinette & Patrick J. Murphy.
      Dec. 04, 2019

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Kiosk on the Bosphorus Pastel, 26 x 20cm (10¼ x 8'')Later inscribed versoProvenance: Gifted by Sarah Purser to Mary Swanzy. Collection of Antoinette & Patrick J. Murphy.

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Kiosk on the Bosphorus Pastel, 26 x 20cm (10¼ x 8'')Later inscribed versoProvenance: Gifted by Sarah Purser to Mary Swanzy. Collection of Antoinette & Patrick J. Murphy.

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) HARBOUR SCENE
      Nov. 25, 2019

      May Guinness (1863-1955) HARBOUR SCENE

      Est: €600 - €1,200

      attributed on reverse by Ernie O’Malley

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955)Site of CrucifixionPastel, 22 x 30cm (8½ x 12)Provenance: With The Dawson Gallery, Dublin.
      Oct. 23, 2019

      May Guinness (1863-1955)Site of CrucifixionPastel, 22 x 30cm (8½ x 12)Provenance: With The Dawson Gallery, Dublin.

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      May Guinness (1863-1955)Site of CrucifixionPastel, 22 x 30cm (8½ x 12)Provenance: With The Dawson Gallery, Dublin.

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) WOMAN WITH RED HAIR
      Sep. 16, 2019

      May Guinness (1863-1955) WOMAN WITH RED HAIR

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) WOMAN WITH RED HAIR

      Whyte's
    • MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955)Still life with figureOil on board, 45 x 54cm Signed verso
      Apr. 30, 2019

      MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955)Still life with figureOil on board, 45 x 54cm Signed verso

      Est: €5,000 - €7,000

      MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955)Still life with figureOil on board, 45 x 54cm Signed verso

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955)Portrait of a WomanOil on canvas, 84 x 61cm (33 x 24'')Exhibited: Dublin, IMMA, 'Analysing Cubism', February/May 2013; Cork, Crawford Gallery, Cork, June/September 2013; and Banbridge, F.E. McWilliam Gallery, September/Nove
      Mar. 27, 2019

      May Guinness (1863-1955)Portrait of a WomanOil on canvas, 84 x 61cm (33 x 24'')Exhibited: Dublin, IMMA, 'Analysing Cubism', February/May 2013; Cork, Crawford Gallery, Cork, June/September 2013; and Banbridge, F.E. McWilliam Gallery, September/Nove

      Est: €5,000 - €8,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955)Portrait of a WomanOil on canvas, 84 x 61cm (33 x 24'')Exhibited: Dublin, IMMA, 'Analysing Cubism', February/May 2013; Cork, Crawford Gallery, Cork, June/September 2013; and Banbridge, F.E. McWilliam Gallery, September/November 2013.Literature: 'Analysing Cubism 2013', full page illustration, p.31.This undated work is likely to have been painted after 1922 when Guinness had thoroughly familiarised herself with modern French painting. She studied with the cubist Andre Lhote from 1922 to 1925 but had already spent many years in France. Born in 1863, Guinness first visited Paris before 1910 where she studied art with the Dutch artist Kees Van Dongen, an expressionist painter. She continued to visit the city regularly and to develop her understanding of modernism right into her sixties and beyond. This portrait depicts a young woman wearing a bright strikingly modern costume of coloured stripes with a pink band of material across her head. Her hands are held dutifully in her lap while her detached expression suggests the ennui associated with posing for long periods. Although called a portrait the work can be considered in terms of its abstract design and use of form. Guinness was strongly influenced by French expressionism or Fauvism and especially by the work of Henri Matisse and Van Dongen. This is evident in this painting. The thinly applied paint with its flat texture suggests the technique of fresco painting. It is a style that Matisse used in a number of his paintings most notably in his Portrait of André Derain (1905, Tate) which was shown in the inaugural Fauve exhibition at the Salon d’Automne in 1905. Guinness painted murals at her family home, Tibradden House in the 1920s (now destroyed) in which she may have deployed a similar effect. The strong pinks and oranges of the shadows cast on the face in Portrait of A Woman are typical of Fauvist art which exaggerates the effects of light and shade to create highly decorative and expressive paintings. Guinness was well aware of this idea. Her one-woman exhibition in London in 1922 was called ‘Decorative Paintings and Drawings’. In this painting she builds up the composition in blocks of strong colour to create a consciously modern work of art that exudes the artist’s energy and freshness of vision.Dr Roisin Kennedy

      Adam's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863 - 1955) The Turf DonkeyOil on panel, 36.5 x 45cm (14¼ x 17¾'')Signed with initialsExhibited: 'May Guinness Memorial Exhibition', The Dawson Hall, April 1956, Catalogue No.45, where purchased by current owners (label verso).
      Nov. 22, 2017

      May Guinness RHA (1863 - 1955) The Turf DonkeyOil on panel, 36.5 x 45cm (14¼ x 17¾'')Signed with initialsExhibited: 'May Guinness Memorial Exhibition', The Dawson Hall, April 1956, Catalogue No.45, where purchased by current owners (label verso).

      Est: €1,000 - €2,000

      May Guinness RHA (1863 - 1955) The Turf DonkeyOil on panel, 36.5 x 45cm (14¼ x 17¾'')Signed with initialsExhibited: 'May Guinness Memorial Exhibition', The Dawson Hall, April 1956, Catalogue No.45, where purchased by current owners (label verso).

      Adam's
    • AR MAY GUINNESS (IRISH, 1863-1955) Young fawn with pink flamingoes
      Nov. 22, 2016

      AR MAY GUINNESS (IRISH, 1863-1955) Young fawn with pink flamingoes

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      AR MAY GUINNESS (IRISH, 1863-1955) Young fawn with pink flamingoes signed with initials ‘MG’ (centre right), embroidered silk panel 35.5 x 25.5cm (14 x 10 1/16in). together with another embroidered silk panel by the same hand (2)

      Bonhams
    • B. May Guinness (1853-1955) attr. Segelschoner v
      Aug. 30, 2016

      B. May Guinness (1853-1955) attr. Segelschoner v

      Est: -

      B. May Guinness (1853-1955) attr. Segelschoner vor Stadtkulisse. Aquarell u. re. sign. B.M.Guinnes sowie bez. R.H.A. 34 x 50 cm am Pp. mont. min. stockfleckig.

      Historia Auctionata
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN BOTTLE
      May. 25, 2015

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN BOTTLE

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN BOTTLE oil on canvas h:25  w:20 in. Provenance: Christie's, London, 16 October 2003, lot 481; Private collection; Whyte's, 24 November 2008, lot 127; Private collection Exhibited: Probably exhibited as 'La Bouteille Verte', 'May Guinness', Galerie Visconti, Paris, January 1925; the exhibition later travelled in the same year to the Mayor Gallery, London; 'Analysing Cubism', Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork and F.E. McWilliam Gallery & Studio, Banbridge, Co. Down, 20 February 2013 to 30 November 2013 (loaned by present owner) Literature: Analysing Cubism, exhibition catalogue, IMMA, Dublin, 2013, p.71 (full page illustration) May Guinness is one of the unsung heroes of Irish Modernism. Born in Dublin in 1863 she was part of a generation of pioneering Irish artists that included Grace Henry (1868-1953), Eileen Gray (1878-1976), and Mary Swanzy (1882-1978) who travelled outside Ireland to learn about the most innovative movements in art. In the mid-1890s, Guinness began by studying in Cornwall with Norman Garstin where plein-air painting was encouraged. Soon after, she exhibited for the first time at the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin. From 1902-03 she travelled to Florence and then later to Paris where she was exposed to the avant-garde developments of early Cubism around the salon of Gertrude Stein. During the First World War she became a nurse in the French army and was awarded the Médaille de la Reconnaissance Française for bravery. After the war, she returned to Paris to study with Kees Van Dongen whose Expressionist style would long influence her. Guinness was already fifty-nine years old when she went to study with André Lhote in 1922. She exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants in 1923 and continued to work with Lhote until 1925. Still Life with Green Bottle was made concurrently with her time in Paris and demonstrates that she had absorbed many of the principles of Cubism in her work. Breaking with academic tradition and the laws of perspective inherited from Renaissance masters, cubist painters no longer copied from nature or from the works of other masters. The rules of modelling, foreshortening and especially perspective were abandoned. Paintings should no longer attempt to fool the eye by conveying three dimensionality, rather the two dimensional space of the surface, canvas and paint should be celebrated for their formal qualities. The image to be conveyed was reduced to geometric forms. It was then fractured and seen from multiple viewpoints. Paintings were no longer lit from a single viewpoint but modelled for volume. Still life was a popular subject for the cubists and Still Life with Green Bottle is a good example of the genre. The objects depicted such as the fruit bowl and table-cloth have been successfully reduced to patterns and groups of shapes. We see an image that has been so abstracted that it has become almost unreadable. The viewpoints taken by Guinness create an overlapping and layered effect, pulling apart the subject, before putting it back together again - something that was radical for its time. The first works of Cubism by Picasso and Braque demonstrated a restrained palette, using blacks, browns and greys; here Guinness uses more vibrant colours although the stippling and wood-grain effects are very typical of the style of Picasso. André Lhote taught a number of Irish painters including Mainie Jellett, Evie Hone, Norah McGuinness, Jack Hanlon and others. These artists studied with this master of Cubism, but the lessons each learned, the influences they absorbed and the methods with which they applied these were as unique as each individual artist. As artists who wis

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE
      Feb. 23, 2015

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE

      Est: €8,000 - €10,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE oil on canvas with Arts Council of Northern Ireland exhibition label on reverse h:29  w:36 in. In spring 2013 May Guinness formed part of an important and exciting exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art titled Analysing Cubism. It highlighted the strong association between Irish female artists, Cubism and the promotion of Modernist Art in Ireland. The present work, Still Life, reflects Guinness' avant-garde style and demonstrates her radical reimaging of composition, form and colour in this genre. Among Guinness' contemporaries exhibited in IMMA were Mainie Jellett, Mary Swanzy, Evie Hone and Norah McGuinness alongside their continental counterparts Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Albert Gleizes and André Lhote. It was in the company of Hone and Jellett that Guinness travelled to France to study under Lhote from 1922 to 1925. May Guinness first travelled to Paris in 1910 and, at the outbreak of World War I, she relocated there to become a military nurse in the French armed forces. She exhibited regularly in Dublin throughout her career. Venues included the RHA, IELA and the Dublin Painters Group. A memorial retrospective was held the year after her death in 1955 at the Dawson Gallery.

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Lady by Window c.1930 Oil on panel, 29.5 x 25cm (11¾ x 9¾'') another work verso depicting an elderly woman wearing a headscarf Exhibited: The Moderns Exhibition IMMA Oct 2010 / Feb 2011 Cat. No.35; ''Irish Women Artists
      Dec. 03, 2014

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Lady by Window c.1930 Oil on panel, 29.5 x 25cm (11¾ x 9¾'') another work verso depicting an elderly woman wearing a headscarf Exhibited: The Moderns Exhibition IMMA Oct 2010 / Feb 2011 Cat. No.35; ''Irish Women Artists

      Est: €4,000 - €6,000

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Lady by Window c.1930 Oil on panel, 29.5 x 25cm (11¾ x 9¾'') another work verso depicting an elderly woman wearing a headscarf Exhibited: The Moderns Exhibition IMMA Oct 2010 / Feb 2011 Cat. No.35; ''Irish Women Artists 1870 - 1970'' Summer loan show Adams Dublin July 2014 and The Ava Gallery Clandeboye August 2014 Cat. No. 75 Literature: The Moderns IMMA 2011 illustrated p.65; ''Irish Women Artists 1870 - 1970'' Full page illustration p.91 This urbane painting of a woman seated at a balcony reveals May Guinness's authoritative command of modern French painting, especially the language of Fauvism. She was very influenced by Kees Van Dongen, and later studied with the cubist Andre Lhote, 1922-25. She began making extensive trips to France in 1910 when she was in her mid forties. By 1920, having been awarded the Croix de Guerre for her work as a French army nurse during World War One, Guinness was developing a distinctive style of painting. A review of an exhibition of her work in London that year described her as painting, 'not to represent but to decorate'. Lady by Window is evidence of this need to 'decorate'. Decoration and patterning permeate its construction. It is not a conventional portrait but a study of form and colour. The subject is very close to the themes associated with the work of Henri Matisse, an artist whom Guinness greatly admired. The figure is situated in an interim space between the interior of a room, a shaded balcony and the open sun-filled space of the street beyond. The strong colour of the red curtain permeates the surrounding space. It is reflected on the contours of the figure's arms and is complimented by the red upholstery of the chair on which she sits and by a shawl that covers her knees. The elaborate construction of the space beyond the curtain - the blue sky and the intense white of the building convey the feeling of strong sunshine while the green of the open window pane indicates interior shade. These different tones are brought together in the rectangular patterns of interlocking colours on the right hand side of the painting which frame the sitter. The figure, who sits in a self-conscious pose, has an open book beside her but the position of her arms indicates the artificiality of the theme. She is an extension of the patterning found elsewhere in the painting. Her strong profile, her artful coiffeur and above all the intricate design of her pale blue dress subsume her in to a world of decoration and art. Guinness was a consummate embroiderer, even teaching embroidery in Dublin and exhibiting examples of her needlework in the city in 1921. Her understanding of abstract design, which she has gleaned from French expressionism and cubism, and from the more immediate source of needlework, recurs across the painting. Curvilinear forms subtly undermine the geometry of other elements in the composition. The lace trim of the curtain, the sinuous shape of the iron railing, the curvaceous shape of the glass vase and above all the elaborate detail of the woman's dress highlight a vision of the world in which patterning and configuration of form and colour holds sway. Guinness was a remarkable and underestimated exponent of modern art who through work like this encouraged other artists to engage with its ideas and challenges. Dr. Roisin Kennedy Oct 2014

      Adam's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Canal Side Houses Watercolour, 29 x 35cm (11½ x 13¾'') Signed Provenance: Formerly in the Collection of Dr Karl Mullen
      Dec. 03, 2014

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Canal Side Houses Watercolour, 29 x 35cm (11½ x 13¾'') Signed Provenance: Formerly in the Collection of Dr Karl Mullen

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Canal Side Houses Watercolour, 29 x 35cm (11½ x 13¾'') Signed Provenance: Formerly in the Collection of Dr Karl Mullen

      Adam's
    • May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Boats in Harbour
      Oct. 01, 2014

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Boats in Harbour

      Est: €1,500 - €2,500

      May Guinness RHA (1863-1955) Boats in Harbour Watercolour, 29 x 22cm (11½ x 8¾'') Signed

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE
      Nov. 25, 2013

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE

      Est: €1,500 - €1,800

      with farming scene in oil exposed on reverse

      Whyte's
    • Guinness (May, 1863-1955). St. Malo from St.
      Feb. 06, 2013

      Guinness (May, 1863-1955). St. Malo from St.

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Guinness (May, 1863-1955). St. Malo from St. Servan, oil on canvas, signed lower left, additionally titled and signed to canvas verso, 65 x 51cm (25.5 x 20ins), gilt frame. Exhibited: Museé des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven, Brittany, Peintres Irlandais en Bretagne (1870-1930), 26 June - 27 September 1999. Provenance: Christies, London, 20th century British & Irish Art Day Sale, 24 May 2012, lot 168. The Irish modernist painter May Guinness (1863-1955) was a friend and teacher of both Evie Hone and Mainie Jellet, and herself studied with the French cubist painter André Lhote between 1922 and 1925. She had first visited the Newlyn Art Colony in 1894 with fellow artist Mildred Anne Butler, where she studied under Norman Garstin. Her work was exhibited at St. Steven's Green Gallery in 1922, at the Irish Exhibition of Living Art, and at Victor Waddington Gallery in Dublin. In the catalogue introduction to the May Guinness Memorial Exhibition, held at Dawson Gallery, Dublin, in 1956, James White described the artist as 'The first of her race to paint her way into the heart and spirit of the new movement of the 20th century'. (1) Please Note: Buyer's Premium for this lot is 23.40%

      Dominic Winter Auctions
    • May Guinness At the Table Watercolour 8" x 10"
      Nov. 20, 2012

      May Guinness At the Table Watercolour 8" x 10"

      Est: £600 - £900

      May Guinness At the Table Watercolour 8" x 10"

      Gormleys Art Auctions
    • May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)
      May. 24, 2012

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955)

      Est: £7,000 - £10,000

      May Guinness, R.H.A. (1863-1955) St. Malo from St. Servan signed 'M. Guinness' (lower left), signed again and inscribed 'St Malo from St Servan/M Guinness' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 25½ x 20 in. (64.7 x 50.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness 1863-1955 BRETON WOMEN Oil on panel,
      May. 22, 2012

      May Guinness 1863-1955 BRETON WOMEN Oil on panel,

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      May Guinness 1863-1955 BRETON WOMEN Oil on panel, 7½" x 9½" (19 x 24cm), signed with monogram. Provenance: James Adams, 7th December 2005. In 1894 May travelled with Mildred Anne Butler to study painting under Norman Garstin at Newlyn, Cornwall. She exhibited several works at the RHA between 1897 & 1911, however she had a falling out with them and never exhibited there again. From 1910 she visited France on a regular basis painting scenes of fairs and weddings in Brittany. In 1914 at the age of fifty one she left Ireland and joined the French army as a military nurse. This heroic gesture was recognised by the French authorities and she received medals of honour at the end of hostilities. Throughout a long life she exhibited her work in both Paris, London and Dublin to wide acclaim. This small, beautifully executed work shows how skilled she was.

      deVeres
    • May Guinness 1863-1955 A GIRL SEATED Oil on panel,
      May. 22, 2012

      May Guinness 1863-1955 A GIRL SEATED Oil on panel,

      Est: €1,000 - €2,000

      May Guinness 1863-1955 A GIRL SEATED Oil on panel, 13" x 8½" (33 x 21.5cm), signed.

      deVeres
    • ATTRIBUTED TO MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955) < br>
      Dec. 05, 2011

      ATTRIBUTED TO MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955) < br>

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      ATTRIBUTED TO MAY GUINNESS RHA (1863 - 1955) < br> Parisian scenes, including Jardin des Tuileries, etc. < br> Oil on paper, seven framed as one, each approx 10 x 12 cm

      Adam's
    • May Guinness 1863-1955 THE BOATYARD Watercolour,
      Nov. 29, 2011

      May Guinness 1863-1955 THE BOATYARD Watercolour,

      Est: €300 - €500

      May Guinness 1863-1955 THE BOATYARD Watercolour, 11¾" x 9¼" (30 x 23.5cm), signed.

      deVeres
    • May Guinness 1863-1955 At Sienna Pastel, 12½" x
      Oct. 03, 2011

      May Guinness 1863-1955 At Sienna Pastel, 12½" x

      Est: €600 - €900

      May Guinness 1863-1955 At Sienna Pastel, 12½" x 8½" (31.8cm x 21.5cm), inscribed label verso. Exhibited: The May Guinness Memorial Exhibition, Dawson Hall, April 1956, Cat.No.34, price £7.7.0 (label verso).

      deVeres
    • May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955)
      Feb. 09, 2011

      May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955)

      Est: -

      May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955) Le manteau jaune signed 'M. Guinness' (on the reverse) oil on board 26 x 20 in. (66 x 50.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955)
      Feb. 08, 2011

      May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955)

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      May Guinness (IRISH, 1863-1955) Le manteau jaune signed 'M. Guinness' (on the reverse) oil on board 26 x 20 in. (66 x 50.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) "At Sienna" Pastel, 12
      Apr. 13, 2010

      May Guinness (1863-1955) "At Sienna" Pastel, 12

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      May Guinness (1863-1955) "At Sienna" Pastel, 12 1/2" x 8 1/2" (31.8 x 21.5cm), inscribed label verso. Exhibited: The May Guinness Memorial Exhibition, Dawson Hall, April 1956, Cat.No.34, price £7.7.0 (label verso)

      deVeres
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) Harbour Scene
      Mar. 31, 2010

      May Guinness (1863-1955) Harbour Scene

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      May Guinness (1863-1955) Harbour Scene Watercolour, 29 x 23cm (11.5 x 9") Signed

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) SUNDIAL IN AN OLD SCOTCH
      Sep. 28, 2009

      May Guinness (1863-1955) SUNDIAL IN AN OLD SCOTCH

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) SUNDIAL IN AN OLD SCOTCH GARDEN, 1902 signed lower right watercolour 26 by 23cm., 10.25 by 9in. Exhibited: Watercolour Society of Ireland, 1902, , catalogue no. 237 Literature: Watercolour Society of Ireland Exhibition List, 1872-1994, p.98, catalogue no. 237

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) At the Piano Pencil,
      Jun. 10, 2009

      May Guinness (1863-1955) At the Piano Pencil,

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) At the Piano Pencil, watercolour, gouache and oil on paper, 35 x 25cm (13.75 x 9.75") Exhibited : Watercolour Society of Ireland (Label verso) either in 1935 (149) or 1937 (65) Exhibition as a picture by this title exhibited in each of those years. Based on price its thought the 1935 exhibition more likely. Also Daniel Egan Gallery label verso.

      Adam's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN
      Nov. 24, 2008

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN BOTTLE oil on canvas 64 by 51cm., 25 by 20in. Provenance: Christie's, London, 16 October 2003, lot 481; Private collection

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955) CAFE EN MONTMARTE note
      Sep. 29, 2008

      May Guinness (1863-1955) CAFE EN MONTMARTE note

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      May Guinness (1863-1955) CAFE EN MONTMARTE note card from the National Gallery picture clinic on reverse pastel on paper 22 by 32cm., 8.75 by 12.5in. Provenance: Taylor de Vere's, Dublin, 3 December 1991, lot 7; Whence purchased by the present owner

      Whyte's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955)
      May. 14, 2004

      May Guinness (1863-1955)

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      Dutch landscape signed and dated 'Guinness 11' (lower right) pencil and watercolour 15 3/4 x 23 3/4 in. (40 x 60.3 cm.)

      Christie's
    • May Guinness (1863-1955)
      May. 15, 2003

      May Guinness (1863-1955)

      Est: $820 - $1,148

      Mount of Olives signed 'M Guinness' (lower right), signed again and inscribed '"Mount of Olives"/May Guinness' (on the backboard) pencil and pastel 71/4 x 101/4 in. (18.4 x 26 cm.).

      Christie's
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