The last auction for the year at Deutscher + Hackett on 27 November features two collections which couldn’t be more different, and wonderfully demonstrate D+H’s brilliant range in their offering.
Lots 24 to 34 contains works from the Mainland Collection of Contemporary Asia Pacific Art; it was assembled with the idea of “The art of humanity: a cultural march through complex landscapes”, with works by eminent contemporary artists hailing from Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Indonesia, China, Vietnam and Thailand, and ready to be discovered by a wider audience in Australia.
Meanwhile, lots 35 to 41 are all by Kate O’Connor, one of our now highly revered artists who had immersed themselves in the Paris of the early 20th century, but struggled to get recognition after their return home. The 6 lots were collected by a close relative of O’Connor during 50 years and represent paintings from all periods of the artist’s career.
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