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ROOFTOPS
ROOFTOPS
Colin Middleton MBE RHA (1910-1983)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 1

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €480

  • Signature: signed with monogram lower centre; inscribed on label on reverse
  • Medium: pen and wash
  • Dimensions: 5¾ x 5¾in. (14.61 x 14.61cm)
  • Provenance: Adam's, Blackrock, 1989; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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FIGURES, 1990
FIGURES, 1990
Nevill Johnson (1911-1999)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 2

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and dated lower left; signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: pencil
  • Dimensions: 7¾ x 10¼in. (19.69 x 26.04cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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CELTIC MOTIF
CELTIC MOTIF
Cecil King (1921-1986)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 3

Published Estimate: €400-600

Price Realised: €520

  • Signature: signed lower right; with typed Ritchie Hendriks Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: pastel
  • Dimensions: 13¼ x 9½in. (33.66 x 24.13cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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STANDING FIGURES
STANDING FIGURES
David Crone RHA (b.1937)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 4

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €150

  • Signature: signed lower left; signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: watercolour and pastel
  • Dimensions: 11¼ x 10¼in. (28.58 x 26.04cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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CATTLE SHELTERING, 1979
CATTLE SHELTERING, 1979
Edward Delaney RHA (1930-2009)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 5

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €340

  • Signature: inscribed on reverse
  • Medium: oil and wax on board
  • Dimensions: 18½ x 22¾in. (46.99 x 57.79cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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BONE DRAWING, 1971
BONE DRAWING, 1971
Barrie Cooke HRHA (1931-2014)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 6

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and dated lower centre; with Hendriks Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: watercolour and charcoal
  • Dimensions: 20½ x 25in. (52.07 x 63½cm)
  • Provenance: Hendriks Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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PROVINCIAL TOWN
PROVINCIAL TOWN
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 7

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €480

  • Signature: signed lower right; with Ritchie Hendriks Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: pastel on paper
  • Dimensions: 10½ x 8in. (26.67 x 20.32cm)
  • Provenance: Ritchie Hendriks Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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JESUS FALLS (TWO STUDIES)
JESUS FALLS (TWO STUDIES)
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 8

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €150

  • Signature: inscribed and with David Hendriks Gallery label on reverse; both
  • Medium: pastel on paper; (2); (framed together)
  • Dimensions: 5¼ x 2¼in. (13.34 x 5.72cm)
  • Provenance: David Hendriks Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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JESUS & VERONICA  AND JESUS FALLS, 1968
JESUS & VERONICA AND JESUS FALLS, 1968
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 9

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €190

  • Signature: inscribed [Studies for painting in [St. Saviour's] Dominican Church, Dominick Street, D1, 1968, I + II] and inscribed with titles on reverse
  • Medium: pastel on paper; (2); (framed together)
  • Dimensions: 5¼ x 2¼in. (13.34 x 5.72cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Of equal size; framed as one. The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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THE VISITATION
THE VISITATION
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 10

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed lower right; titled on reverse
  • Medium: gouache on paper
  • Dimensions: 8¼ x 6in. (20.96 x 15.24cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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THE ANNUNCIATION
THE ANNUNCIATION
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 11

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €180

  • Signature: signed upper right; titled lower centre
  • Medium: gouache on paper
  • Dimensions: 8¼ x 6¼in. (20.96 x 15.88cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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FLOWERS AND SUN
FLOWERS AND SUN
Patrick Pye RHA (b.1929)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 12

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €260

  • Signature: with Ritchie Hendriks Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: pastel on paper
  • Dimensions: 6¾ x 4¼in. (17.15 x 10.80cm)
  • Provenance: Ritchie Hendriks Gallery, 1966; Private collection; Adam's, 29 September 1999, lot 162; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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RED GATE, 1985
RED GATE, 1985
James O'Connor (b.1945)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 13

Published Estimate: €400-600

Price Realised: €420

  • Signature: with typed Taylor Galleries label on reverse
  • Medium: gouache with collage on paper
  • Dimensions: 8½ x 8¼in. (21.59 x 20.96cm)
  • Provenance: Taylor Galleries, Dublin; Private collection; Adam's, 3 April 2007, lot 154; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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MODEL, 1981
MODEL, 1981
Brian Maguire (b.1951)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 14

Published Estimate: €800-1,200

Price Realised: €910

  • Signature: signed and dated lower right; indistinctly titled lower centre
  • Medium: pastel and gouache
  • Dimensions: 30½ x 22½in. (77.47 x 57.15cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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SELF PORTRAIT, 1980
SELF PORTRAIT, 1980
Brian Maguire (b.1951)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 15

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €560

  • Signature: signed and dated [Dec 22 80'] lower left; titled lower right; signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: pastel
  • Dimensions: 14¾ x 10¾in. (37.47 x 27.31cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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UNTITLED [PINK AND PURPLE]
UNTITLED [PINK AND PURPLE]
Michael Mulcahy (b.1952)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 16

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €300

  • Signature: signed lower centre
  • Medium: oil and pastel on paper
  • Dimensions: 16¾ x 21¾in. (42.55 x 55¼cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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UNTITLED [IMAGES OF MADONNA AND CHILD]
UNTITLED [IMAGES OF MADONNA AND CHILD]
Bernadette Madden (b.1948)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 17

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: with artist's label on reverse
  • Medium: batik
  • Dimensions: 53 x 55in. (134.62 x 139.70cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • With bespoke wooden poles for wall hanging. The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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IMAGES
IMAGES
Chí Ruiséal 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 18

Published Estimate: €50-100

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: with inscribed label on reverse
  • Medium: acrylic and pencil
  • Dimensions: 7½ x 8¾in. (19.05 x 22.23cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Label verso records this work as a "Lottery Prize in aid of Project Arts Centre 2002". The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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NUDE
NUDE
Anita Shelbourne RHA (b.1938)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 19

Published Estimate: €100-150

Price Realised: €170

  • Signature: signed lower left; signed, titled and with artist's address on reverse
  • Medium: gouache
  • Dimensions: 4¾ x 7¼in. (12.07 x 18.42cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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THE TREE OF DREAMS
THE TREE OF DREAMS
Anita Shelbourne RHA (b.1938)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 20

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €420

  • Signature: signed lower left; inscribed on label on reverse; also with Frederick Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 9½ x 11¾in. (24.13 x 29.85cm)
  • Provenance: Frederick Gallery, Dublin, 1996; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS
STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS
Piet Sluis (1929-2008)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 21

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed lower left; titled on reverse
  • Medium: oil on board
  • Dimensions: 13¾ x 7in. (34.93 x 17.78cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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KILLYBEGS HARBOUR LOOKING EAST, COUNTY DONEGAL, 1891 and EEL WEIR, LAREEN, COUNTY LEITRIM, 1895 (A PAIR)
KILLYBEGS HARBOUR LOOKING EAST, COUNTY DONEGAL, 1891 and EEL WEIR, LAREEN, COUNTY LEITRIM, 1895 (A PAIR)
Alexander Williams RHA (1846-1930)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 22

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €130

  • Signature: both titled lower left
  • Medium: ink; (2)
  • Dimensions: 6¾ x 8½in. (17.15 x 21.59cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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THE CITY
THE CITY
Arthur Power HRHA (1891-1984)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 23

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: oil on board
  • Dimensions: 9 x 14½in. (22.86 x 36.83cm)
  • Provenance: Adam's, 29 September 1999, lot 145; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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LAYING NETS, 1981
LAYING NETS, 1981
Arthur Power HRHA (1891-1984)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 24

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and dated [Jan 1981] lower right; titled lower left; signed, titled and dated on reverse
  • Medium: pastel
  • Dimensions: 9¼ x 13in. (23½ x 33.02cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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THE SERENE ONE, DANA, MOTHER OF THE GODS
THE SERENE ONE, DANA, MOTHER OF THE GODS
Jim Manley (b.1934)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 25

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: watercolour
  • Dimensions: 14¼ x 13¾in. (36.20 x 34.93cm)
  • Provenance: Lincoln Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Lincoln Gallery catalogue accompanies this lot. The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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FIGURE GROUP, 1984
FIGURE GROUP, 1984
Frances Bunch Moran (1928-2002)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 26

Published Estimate: €100-150

Price Realised: €170

  • Signature: signed, dated [11/7/84] and titled lower right
  • Medium: watercolour
  • Dimensions: 11¾ x 16¼in. (29.85 x 41.28cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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ARTIST AND MODEL, 1980
ARTIST AND MODEL, 1980
Frances Bunch Moran (1928-2002)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 27

Published Estimate: €80-120

Price Realised: €45

  • Signature: signed and dated lower left; inscribed with artist and title on label on reverse; bearing Lincoln gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: pen & ink on paper
  • Dimensions: 16 x 11½in. (40.64 x 29.21cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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RUTH BRANDT, 1974
RUTH BRANDT, 1974
Michael Kane (b.1935)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 28

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €200

  • Signature: signed lower left; dated lower right
  • Medium: pencil and watercolour
  • Dimensions: 22¾ x 16¼in. (57.79 x 41.28cm)
  • Provenance: Presented by the artist to Judge Desmond Windle; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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LITTLE GIRL OF FIFTY, 1981
LITTLE GIRL OF FIFTY, 1981
Michael Kane (b.1935)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 29

Published Estimate: €50-100

Price Realised: €120

  • Signature: signed and dated [13.11.81] in the margin lower right; titled and editioned lower left
  • Medium: woodcut; (no. 1 from an edition of 25)
  • Dimensions: 12 x 10¼in. (30.48 x 26.04cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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TOURIST ATTRACTION, KERRY, 1998
TOURIST ATTRACTION, KERRY, 1998
Peter Pearson (b.1955)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 30

Published Estimate: €150-250

Price Realised: €150

  • Signature: signed and dated lower right; titled on Frederick Gallery label on reverse
  • Medium: oil on board with collage element
  • Dimensions: 10¼ x 12in. (26.04 x 30.48cm)
  • Provenance: Frederick Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Kodak 'Instamatic' camera is glued into the board. Depth of artwork: 2.5in. The original Frederick Gallery invoice for the work is affixed verso. The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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FREE CHURCH CONSECRATED, IV MAY [1828] 1990
FREE CHURCH CONSECRATED, IV MAY [1828] 1990
Robert Ballagh (b.1943)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 31

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €180

  • Signature: signed and dated centre right; numbered centre left
  • Medium: print; (no. 34 from an edition of 300)
  • Dimensions: 25 x 19¼in. (63½ x 48.90cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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TEA AND LEAVES, 1993
TEA AND LEAVES, 1993
Martin Gale RHA (b.1949)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 32

Published Estimate: €800-1,200

Price Realised: €1000

  • Signature: signed and dated lower left; with exhibition label on reverse
  • Medium: watercolour
  • Dimensions: 13 x 19½in. (33.02 x 49.53cm)
  • Provenance: Whyte's, 25 February 2008, lot 2; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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AIR SHIP, 1987
AIR SHIP, 1987
Graham Knuttel (b.1954)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 33

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed and dated lower right
  • Medium: pencil and watercolour
  • Dimensions: 29½ x 21½in. (74.93 x 54.61cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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ANGEL
ANGEL
Bronwen Casson (b.1948)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 34

Published Estimate: €100-150

Price Realised: €95

  • Signature: signed lower left; titled lower right
  • Medium: pastel and gold paint on tinted card
  • Dimensions: 19¼ x 13¾in. (48.90 x 34.93cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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MEADOWLANDS
MEADOWLANDS
Patricia Clyne-Kelly 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 35

Published Estimate: €80-120

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: with initials stitched lower right; titled and with artist's name on reverse
  • Medium: painted fabric, coloured glass, wire and plastic
  • Dimensions: 12½ x 13in. (31¾ x 33.02cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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FEMALE FIGURE
FEMALE FIGURE
Vicki Olverson (b.1956)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 36

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed lower right; inscribed with artist, title and note [Figurative image 1984 Bank of Ireland] on reverse
  • Medium: gouache and pastel on paper
  • Dimensions: 35½ x 23½in. (90.17 x 59.69cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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BRIDIA and KINARD, 1999 (A PAIR)
BRIDIA and KINARD, 1999 (A PAIR)
Zita Reihill 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 37

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €270

  • Signature: both signed and titled on reverse
  • Medium: oil and collage element on canvas; (2)
  • Dimensions: 10 x 10in. (25.40 x 25.40cm)
  • Provenance: Hayward Gallery, Dublin; Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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BROKEN THREESOME
BROKEN THREESOME
Dermot Byrne 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 38

Published Estimate: €100-150

Price Realised: €95

  • Signature: signed lower left
  • Medium: pastel
  • Dimensions: 11¼ x 17½in. (28.58 x 44.45cm)
  • Provenance: Estate of Judge Desmond Windle
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • The Art Collection of Desmond P.H. Windle (1933-2014) Lots 1-38 Whyte's are proud to present the selection from the collection of artworks formed by Desmond Windle, a distinguished lawyer and art lover. Desmond's life-long interest in art developed as a young solicitor in 1950s Dublin, inspired by his aunt's (Molly Matthews) love of art. A regular attendee at galleries and studios, he collected modern and contemporary Irish art for over 60 years. He supported many young emerging artists and, in the early days, acquired some paintings by way of barter in exchange for legal advice to the frequently impecunious artists being threatened with eviction. Invariably their tenancy was secured. He never stopped collecting and decorated all available wall space in his home with a diverse collection of works and, thereafter, most available floor space. Favourites included works by Patrick Collins, John Behan, Michael Kane, Gerald Davis, Felim Egan, Robert Ballagh, Charles Brady, Charles Harper, George Campbell, Bernadette Madden and Seán McSweeney. Works from this wonderful collection, included in this 23 October 2017 sale, are lots 1 to 38.

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ARCHIVAL COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES
ARCHIVAL COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 39

Published Estimate: €1,200-1,500

Price Realised: €2800

  • Signature: variously signed, inscribed and dated
  • Medium: pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolour; (all unframed; some double-sided); (40 works approx)
  • Dimensions
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Approximately 40 works on paper including life drawing, portraits, studies after Leonardo da Vinci, Mother & child studies, landscapes and other. Also includes a card inscribed with Christmas blessing "Love Danny". Largest size 15 by 21.5in.

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STUDY FOR DUNQUIN and FOUR OTHER LANDSCAPE STUDIES
STUDY FOR DUNQUIN and FOUR OTHER LANDSCAPE STUDIES
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 40

Published Estimate: €800-1,200

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: the first titled and inscribed with title and annotated with painting instructions
  • Medium: ink; (2); watercolour; (1); charcoal; (1); pencil; (1); (all unframed)
  • Dimensions: 9¾ x 13¾in. (24.77 x 34.93cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Includes a harbour scene, a study of a cottage and a Continental landscape. Dimensions of smallest work, 5 by 4.5in.

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FEMALE FIGURE STUDIES (A PAIR)
FEMALE FIGURE STUDIES (A PAIR)
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 41

Published Estimate: €400-600

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: one signed
  • Medium: pencil; (unframed)
  • Dimensions: 4¾ x 7in. (12.07 x 17.78cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Of equal size.

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LANDSCAPE STUDIES (SET OF THREE )
LANDSCAPE STUDIES (SET OF THREE )
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 42

Published Estimate: €400-500

Price Realised: €460

  • Signature
  • Medium: ink and watercolour; (2); ink; (1); (all unframed)
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5½in. (20.32 x 13.97cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
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FIGURES IN SHADOW (A PAIR)
FIGURES IN SHADOW (A PAIR)
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 43

Published Estimate: €200-400

Price Realised: €120

  • Signature: one signed
  • Medium: charcoal; (2); (all unframed)
  • Dimensions: 4¼ x 6in. (10.80 x 15.24cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Dimensions of signed work given. Second work slightly larger.

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COLLECTION OF SKETCHES OF DOCKLAND SCENES, LANDSCAPES AND STREET SCENES
COLLECTION OF SKETCHES OF DOCKLAND SCENES, LANDSCAPES AND STREET SCENES
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 44

Published Estimate: €400-600

Price Realised: €540

  • Signature
  • Medium: pencil; (9); (all unframed)
  • Dimensions: 4½ x 7in. (11.43 x 17.78cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • All paper of equal size.

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RECLINING FIGURE
RECLINING FIGURE
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 45

Published Estimate: €200-400

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed lower left
  • Medium: charcoal; (unframed)
  • Dimensions: 4 x 6in. (10.16 x 15.24cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
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SET OF THREE STUDIES FOR PAINTINGS
SET OF THREE STUDIES FOR PAINTINGS
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 46

Published Estimate: €150-250

Price Realised: €300

  • Signature
  • Medium: ink; (all unframed)
  • Dimensions: 1½ x 1¾in. (3.81 x 4.45cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • Includes one portrait, a standing female figure and a cityscape.

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FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE and THREE OTHER STUDIES
FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE and THREE OTHER STUDIES
Daniel O'Neill (1920-1974)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 47

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €240

  • Signature
  • Medium: pencil; (4); (unframed)
  • Dimensions: 4½ x 7in. (11.43 x 17.78cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • All paper of equal size.

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LANDSCAPE, 1969
LANDSCAPE, 1969
Colin Middleton MBE RHA (1910-1983)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 48

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €480


PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN
Leslie Mary MacWeeney (b.1935)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 49

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €500


NEAR LUCAN, 1949
NEAR LUCAN, 1949
Louis le Brocquy HRHA (1916-2012)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 23 October 2017 / 50

Published Estimate: €800-1,200

Price Realised: €0

  • Signature: signed, dated and numbered lower right
  • Medium: lithograph; (no. 10 from an edition of 25)
  • Dimensions: 4¼ x 8¾in. (10.80 x 22.23cm)
  • Provenance
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
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