Works in the database
137
Works with images
131
Works with multiple sales
10

Past Sales

The Nature of Nurture - Symbiont States Series
Early vase, c.1987, mouth blown flask form
Untitled

Sales by Medium

Objects
Sold 85 works for
$1,487,329

Where to buy or sell art works by Ann Robinson

Auction Houses

Art+Object
Sold 44 works for
$937,149
Webb's
Sold 20 works for
$323,354
Dunbar Sloane
Sold 10 works for
$134,759

A glass artist, Ann Robinson attended Elam School of Fine Art, Auckland University, in the late 1960s, leaving the school mid way through her degree to explore other avenues. Ann returned to Elam and completed her studies after a 15 year break, inspired to learn and develop techniques in casting glass. She has travelled internationally and nationally to teach and educate others about her craft. She received the Phillips Glass Award in 1984 and 1986, and the Winstone Biennale Award for Craft in 1987. In 1998 she was honoured by a major survey exhibition of her works at the Dowse Museum in Wellington. In 2001 she was awarded the Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM).

The earliest auction listing we have for Ann Robinson is in 1999 and in total 137 works by the artist have been offered for sale, of which 85 (62%) were sold. The highest price recorded for the artist is $53,378 for Pair Twisted Flax Pods sold by Dunbar Sloane in November 2021. No works have been offered for sale this year, and the last sale we have recorded for the artist was in 2023.

Ann Robinson is listed in the following standard biographical references:

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