Australia's Art Valuation and Art Advice Experts
Our art services are tailored to your requirements – whether you have inherited art, your company needs an art valuation for insurance. You are perhaps looking to establish current market value or are looking to sell or buy a single artwork or collection.
Contact Australia’s art valuation and art advice experts. Our approach is friendly and personable yet professional and independent, enabling you to establish the true value of your art.
Should you catalogue your art collection, keep and conserve, donate or sell your art? Perhaps you have inherited a collection? It may be overwhelming and you don’t know where to start. We can help you with advice and support.
A professional art valuation provides you with all of the necessary information whether you decide to keep or to sell an individual artwork or collection that you own.
BACKGROUND: Although “London Bridge, Portsea” is well referenced in Traudi Allen’s 1992 publication on John Perceval, the whereabouts of this significant painting were unknown – until the owner contacted us wishing to sell the painting. VALUATION & OUTCOME: This stormy seascape of the Mornington Peninsula was located in Marbella in
BACKGROUND: We were asked by a company to research and sell this vivid landscape by Austrian painter Willy Eisenschitz. VALUATION & OUTCOME: We always felt that it was particularly attractive with the potential to do much better than its $3,000 to $5,000 estimate. It did not disappoint, and the high
“Very professional art valuers, great communication, tailored and fast service, pleasure to deal with.”
“David and Brigitte have provided an exemplary service over many years in support of our art investments – we have not only profited from their advice in buying and selling both privately and at auction but we have a beautiful collection to show for it which we enjoy every day. Together with this they have helped us learn so much more about both Australian and international art – allowing our appreciation and knowledge to grow with our passion. Highly recommended!”
“Dear David and Brigitte, we would like to thank you for the appraisal work you recently did for us. It was invaluable in better understanding the true worth of some of the artworks we acquired. We really appreciate the insights you provided and your prompt and friendly service, and we look forward to dealing with you again in the future. Best regards, James and Lorelei Basman”
Deutscher + Hackett present 149 diverse lots in their fine art auction on Wednesday, 29 August in Sydney (yes, the day after the Sotheby’s sale). It will be held in their now usual venue in Sydney at the Cell Block Theatre at the National Art School in Darlinghurst. Almost 30
Sotheby’s offer 67 tightly curated lots in their Sydney auction on 28 August, with several juicy, and indeed fruity offerings. They include lot 17, Grace Cossington Smith’s “Fruit in the Window, 1957 (unknown fruit – perhaps quinces?), lot 33 Julian Ashton’s “Picking Fruit”, 1914 (apples), lot 36 Norman Lindsay’s Bacchanalian