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Eugene von Guerard’s View of Hobart Town, with Mount Wellington in the Background is the centrepiece of a strong presentation of early and colonial works at Menzies forthcoming Sydney auction of Australian & International Fine Art & Sculpture from 6.30pm Thursday June 23.
Menzies head of Australian art Tim Abdallah believes the work, painted in 1856, is clearly a museum quality magnum opus, which the auction house expects to sell for more than $1.25 million.
A newly discovered manuscript accompanied by 27 watercolours and drawings for a book by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite was offered at auction in London on June 15. But just little of the auction magic associated with artist in the past was missing when it went under the hammer.
In the parlance of books of this nature, it might have done much better "once upon a time". The lot sold for £27,500 (including buyer's premium) which was at the upper end of the estimates.
The auction of estate photographs by renowned Australian photographer Max Dupain (1911-1992) from noon Sunday June 19 will earmark the official opening of Mossgreen’s new Sydney premises at Woollahra.
Housed in the Bond, the iconic 1880s heritage building and former Masonic Hall at 36-40 Queen Street in the heart of Sydney’s art district, Mossgreen is situated on all three levels and will focus on the auction of single owner collections and gallery exhibitions – the first of which is a commercial display of works by New Zealand 2017 Venice Biennale representative Lisa Reihana.
An important collection of around two hundred 20th and 21st century New Zealand artworks and numerous ceramic items are to go under the hammer in Auckland over two days in early September
The very private collection of Tim and Sherrah Francis lovingly assembled over the last six decades is set to break a number of art auction records when it goes up for auction on the 7th and 8th of September through the rooms of Art and Object.
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