Dave’s Faves for the Deutscher + Hackett fine art auction on 30/11/2016

This is your final chance to view and purchase museum-grade art in the fine art auction room. There are some amazing finds among the 136 lots offered by Deutscher + Hackett on 30 November in Sydney, including some extraordinary early Robert Klippel sculptures from the collection of his friend and patron Richard Crebbin.

The viewing is at the Deutscher + Hackett premises at 55 Oxford Street, Surry Hills, until Tuesday, 29 November, and online at Deutscher + Hackett.

The auction takes placed on Wednesday, 30 November, 7 pm at the Cell Block Theatre at the National Art School, Forbes Street, Sydney.

Happy to assist you with pre-sales advice, analysis and research and also bidding on the night and after-sale services. Contact us in 02 9977 7764 and email [email protected]

So therefore, here are the last of Dave’s Faves for 2016:

Justin O'Brien

Lot 1, Justin O’Brien, Boy in Costume, c1949, est. $60,000-80,000. You could be Just’in Time

Robert Klippel

Lot 9, Robert Klippel, No. 51, Constructional Carving, 1948, est. $15,000-20,000. You would, wooden you?

John Santry

Lot 33, John Santry, Young Squash Racquets Player, c 1952, est. $2,000-3,000. Dobell’s Double

Russell Drysdale

Lot 34, Russell Drysdale, Mother and Child, est. $5,000-8,000. Moore’s Double

Fred Williams

Lot 37, Fred Williams, One Tree Hill, Ferntree Gully, 1968, est. $45,000-65,000. Gouache, not Gauche

Brett Whiteley

Lot 39, Brett Whiteley, Dawn, 1974 (Lavender Bay Series), est. $450,000-650,000. I am sailing

William Robinson

Lot 41, William Robinson, Landscape with two waterfalls, 1990, est. $180,000-240,000. I am parasailing

Emanuel Phillips Fox

Lot 43, Emanuel Phillips Fox, The Blue Shutters, c1909-1911, est. $60,000-80,000. Trip the light fantastic

Clement Meadmore

Lot 46, Clement Meadmore, Through Way, 1965, est. $60,000-80,000. There’s nothing square about Clement Meadmore

Rosalie Gascoigne

Lot 47, Rosalie Gascoigne, Kaleidoscope, 1994, est. $60,000-80,000. Find the Opera House!

Walter Withers

Lot 53, Walter Withers, Midsummer, c1895, est. $100,000-140,000. Mini Masterpiece

Elioth Gruner

Lot 61, Elioth Gruner, Unploughed Field, est. $7,000-10,000. The lightest touch

Roland Wakelin

Lot 68, Roland Wakelin, Woolloomooloo and Potts Point, 1940, est. $40,000-60,000. Cartoon Capers

Margaret Olley

Lot 74, Margaret Olley, Still life with flowers and plums, est. $60,000-80,000. The Melody of Margaret

Australian School

Lot 86, Australian School, Bank of New South Wales, Sydney (George Street), c1855, est. $5,000-10,000. Sorry, no ATM here

Clarice Beckett

Lot 89, Clarice Beckett, After Sunset, c1929, est. $10,000-15,000. Dreamy

Lot 93, Herbert Badham, Port Said, 1954, est. $6,000-8,000. Watch for his retrospective at MAGAM

Lot 93, Herbert Badham, Port Said, 1954, est. $6,000-8,000. Watch for his retrospective at MAGAM

Lot 103, Norman Lindsay, Sally, c1935, est. $2,500-3,500. Long Tall Sally

Lot 103, Norman Lindsay, Sally, c1935, est. $2,500-3,500. Long Tall Sally

Lot 106, Bill Whiskey Tjapaltjarri, Rockholes and Country near the Olgas, 2006, est. $15,000-20,000. There's whiskey in the Jar

Lot 106, Bill Whiskey Tjapaltjarri, Rockholes and Country near the Olgas, 2006, est. $15,000-20,000. There’s whiskey in the Jar

Lot 108, Paddy Bedford, Untitled, 2003, est. $5,000-7,000. An abstract lesson

Lot 108, Paddy Bedford, Untitled, 2003, est. $5,000-7,000. An abstract lesson

 

 

 

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Brigitte Banziger

Hi, my name is Brigitte Banziger and I am an art consultant and manager at Banziger Hulme Fine Art Consultants, Australia's art valuation and art advice experts. We specialise in art valuations for insurance purposes, for family division, deceased estates, superannuation funds and market values, and advise clients regarding purchase and sales of art (art brokerage). Our services are sought by private clients, companies, public galleries and councils alike. Our aim is to provide professional service with friendly, approachable manner.

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