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Vahey, Brian (1956)

A graduate in Fine Art from the Dun Laoghaire School of Art.

Valera, Terry de (1922 – 2007)

Youngest son of Eamon de Valera, he was a solicitor, composer, writer, artist and sculptor who had a number of exhibitions in Dublin.  

Terry de Valera

Untitled oil painting, dated 1977 (12″ x 16″) sold at Whyte’s 24/9/2011 for just €100.00.

Quick Sketch of Mountain Scene, dated 2003 – oil on board – purchased on eBay 8/2017 for €50.00.

Vallely, Lorcan (1979)


Van Stockum, Hilda Gerarda HRHA (1908 – 2006)



Paris Garden” oil on canvas (24″ x 18″), unsold at de Vere’s – 6/2/2017.

Vaughan, Justin (1974)

Born in Dublin and studied at the University of Ulster in Coleraine.

A self-taught artist who sold his first oil painting at the age of fifteen, Justin’s imaginative style of artwork is instantly recognisable.

Justin Vaughan

Cutting the Turf” oil on canvas (12″ x 14″), sold at Gormley’s – £2,300.

Vaughan, Justin

Old Bushmills” limited edition print (15″ x 21″), sold for €200.00.

Vennard, Stanley

Lagan Towpath” oil on board (14″ x 12″), sold on eBay – 28/3/2017 for £19.99 and at Ross’s – 28/6/2017 for £30.00.

Vere O’Brien, Florence (1854 – 1936)

The Irish Sketches of Florence Vere O’Brien – Edited by David Rowe

Published by the Ballinakella Press in 2018.

Florence Vere O´Brien, born in 1854. Throughout her life Florence had used her skills, much as we would use a camera today, to record the places visited. She had travelled much, with her adoptive parents, throughout Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Germany and Russia; and eventually to Ireland.
Her sketch-books contained over a thousand images, and the journals of Florence, which she had maintained throughout her life, and which were very well written. Herein we have matched the sketches with related passages from the journals.
The Irish sketches and watercolours are dated between 1880 and 1915, and are part of a large body of her art work.
She was a person of quite exceptional abilities and a talented artist, as well as designer for embroidery and lace. Founder of the Limerick Lace School, and the “Clare Embroidery Society”.

Verling, John (1943 – 2009)  



Caherconnell, Burren, Co.Clare” egg tempera (31.5″ x 31.5″), sold at Adams – 16/12/2014 for €550.00.


Left to right:Kerry Cottage” egg tempera (15.5″ x 15.5″); and “Poulnabrone Dolmen” 1982, mixed media (29″ x 23.5″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s (RDS Sale) – 29/4/2019.

Verling, Walter RHA (1930)


Receding Tide, Goat Island, Ardmore, Co.Waterford” dated 1998, oil on panel (12″ x 14″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 2/8/2016 for €500.00.


Rossaveal, Connemara” oil on board (16″ x 20″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 6/3/2017 for €650.00.

Vernon, Sandra (- 2016)

Leitrim based artist and gallery owner known for her pen and ink drawings.

Vernon, Sandra

Dowra, Co.Leitrim” 2002, pencil drawing (10″ x 13″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 8/8/2022 for €300.

Vernon, Sandra

Rooskey on the Shannon” 2002, pencil drawing (10″ x 13″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 27/9/2022 for €300.

Verschoyle, Frances


Viale, Patrick (1952)


Left to right:June Garden” oil on board (24″ x 24″), unsold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 17/10/2011; and “Landscape” oil on board (25.5″ x 25.5″), sold at de Vere’s – 11/3/2020 for €440.00.

Villiers-Stuart, Gertrude Gwendoline (1878 – 1961)

Amateur watercolourist from Dromana, Villierstown, County Waterford.

Strangely captioned watercolour “Mountains of Morne from Drumline” (sic) sold by a Scottish gallery and yet dated Dromana 1905. It is quite definitely a view of the River Blackwater from below the house at Dromana.

Viney, Michael (1933)

Michael Viney is an artist, author, broadcaster and journalist living in the West of Ireland. Born in Brighton he has lived in Ireland for many years and is best known for his long-running “Another Life” column in the Irish Times newspaper.

Vinycomb, John Knox (1880 – 1952) 

The Old Manse Garden, The Croft, Holywood” watercolour drawing (14″ x 20″), sold at Morgan O’Driscoll’s – 6/11/2017 for €50.00.