H2548-L94898178 Paul Henry, Connemara Landscape, 1930-1940

For collectors of Irish art, Paul Henry's landscapes capture the serenity of the Emerald Isle. Two of his works are to feature in Whyte's sale on 31st May, including  Connemara Landscape, 1930-1940, estimated at €80 000 to €120 000 (£60 000-90 000) and West of Ireland Road Through The Bog, c.1932-1935, estimated at €50 000 to €70 000 (£38 000-53 000.) For buyers of Irish art, Paul Henry is a solid investment, so expect fireworks when the bidding takes place.

H2548-L94898207 Gerard Dillon, West of Ireland Couple And Horses

Belfast-born Gerard Dillon's works in the sale include West of Ireland Couple And Horses which has an estimate of €30 000 to €50 000 (£23 000-38 000) and the more modestly estimated I Saw Nothing, from his sought-after Pierrot seriesestimated at €8 000 to €10 000 (£6 000-7 500.)

H2548-L94896692 Jack Butler Yeats, A Professional Man, c.1905

Two early watercolours by Jack Butler Yeats will feature, including Local And Travelling Champions, Devonshire, 1897, estimated at €15 000 to €20 000 (£11 000-15 000) and A Professional Man, c.1905, inspired by his travels with John Millington Synge, is estimated at €30 000 to €40 000 (£23 000-30 000.)

Walter Frederick Osborne, Joe The Swineherd, 1890 Walter Frederick Osborne, Joe The Swineherd, 1890

One of the most expensive lots in the sale Walter Frederick Osborne's Joe The Swineherd, 1890. The work was first shown at London's Royal Academy in 1891 and has come from the collection of the artist by family descent to the previous owner. According to Whyte's, the piece would make a worthy investment for Irish art collectors.

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