Investment is not what drives most art collectors. It has more to do with what art consultant David Hulme likens to a “mild addiction”, writes Megan Neil in “The Australian”.
Report on the Menzies fine art auction in June 2023
James Dunn writes in the Insider Adviser, 19 June 2023: “All investors face the quandary of how to diversify their portfolios into assets that are uncorrelated to the major asset
Menzies’ final major art sale of 2022 comprised a whopping 153 offerings, of which a third – the first 49 lots – came from the extensive collection of the late
Smith & Singer’s final fine art auction of the year with a tight offering of 55 lots provided some spectacular results, including four artist auction records for contemporary artists: Del
It wasn’t just our Impressionist master Arthur Streeton who was a high achiever at the Smith & Singer Sale in Sydney last night. Prices far exceeded expectations for several other
If you have been to the Ian Potter Centre in Melbourne, you will know the Joseph Brown collection which is on permanent display on level 2, a veritable mini history
The pick of the art collection of the late Harry Oviss made up the first 13 lots at Smith & Singer’s Important Australian art sale held in Sydney on 12