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The Incognito sale is back: All paintings are just €50 with proceeds going to charity


by Shayna Sappington
14th May 2020

Due to high demand, our favourite Incognito sale is back for a part two with almost 1,000 paintings available


After the amazing success of part one, Incognito has announced its return, with all new artworks on sale for just €50.

Part two has almost 1,000 artworks available to view on the Incognito website but they do not officially go on sale until May 28 at 10am.

All cards are 15cm x 10cm and are original pieces, not prints, and the artists’ identities remain anonymous until the end of June 2020, after the art has been purchased and received by the buyer.

Previous contributors include Tracy Emin, Peter Curling, Martin Gale, Paul Costelloe, Ruthie Ashenhurst, Bono and Martin Mooney.

Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation

Incognito was originally curated by Lucinda Hall for the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation — an Irish charity that offers support, advocacy and an in-home nursing service to help very sick children under the age of five years and their families.

The charity was founded by Jonathan Irwin and his wife Mary Ann O’Brien based on their own experience caring for their son Jack at home until he passed away in December 1997; a brain trauma had caused him to become developmentally delayed.

All proceeds of the art sale will be donated to the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

Incognito remains the largest public arts exhibition in the country, so make sure you are prepared in advance of May 28.

As soon as it opens, the artwork will sell like hotcakes.

We recommend picking out your top favourite pieces and creating an Incognito account ahead of time for a faster checkout.

 

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