John Olsen (1928-)

Dog in a Landscape (diptych), 82 x 99 cm

BACKGROUND:

This very fine gouache by Australia’s contemporary master had been purchased at auction at Sotheby’s in 1992 for $4,400.

VALUATION & OUTCOME:

After a sympathetic reframe, “Dog in Landscape” achieved a very comfortable appreciation in value when it sold for $42,000 incl. buyer’s premium. A handsome return for the owner.

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Norman Lindsay (1879 – 1969)

BACKGROUND: Norman Lindsay was one of the most prolific Australian artists of the 20th century, extremely accomplished in every medium that he turned his hand to, including oil paintings, watercolours, sculpture and etchings. “Enter the Magicians” remains one of Lindsay’s most sought after limited edition etching prints. VALUATION & OUTCOME:

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John Ryder Roberts (c1820 – 1868)

BACKGROUND: The landscape works of Sydney by John Ryder Roberts are extremely rare, and only a handful of them have ever been offered at public auction. This historically very important watercolour of the Folwer Pottery in Camperdown in Sydney had been passed down through several generations of the same family,

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