Wednesday August 12, 2020

Object of Desire

Highlights from Bonham's July sale of 19th-century paintings can be seen at its new Dublin premises at 31 Molesworth Street on Friday, from 10am to 4pm.

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A detail from Feeding The Chickens by Walter Frederick Osborne.

Highlights from Bonham's July sale of 19th century paintings can be seen at its new Dublin premises at 31 Molesworth Street on Friday, from 10am to 4pm.

Late 19th-century artists were captivated by little girls tending poultry - the Goose Girl by English artist Stanley Royle, for two decades wrongly attributed to William Leech, is the National Gallery's most popular painting. Feeding The Chickens by Irish master Walter Frederick Osborne will be the star lot of...

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