Dave’s Faves for the Deutscher + Hackett Fine Art Sale on 13/9/2016

The second of the big spring auctions at Deutscher + Hackett ranges from super-contemporary sculptures by Alex Seton and Sam Jinks to rare colonial works such as equine artist Frederick Woodhouse senior, and everything in between in 117 lots. There is also a small but sophisticated selection of international works on paper by Lucian Freud, Sean Scully, Frank Auerbach and Henry Moore at budget-friendly prices.

Deutscher and Hackett open their Sydney preview on Thursday, 8 September at 55 Oxford Street (corner Pelican Street), Surry Hills, until Monday, 12 September.

The auction is held in Sydney on Tuesday, 13 September, 7 pm, at the National Art School in the Cell Block Theatre.

As always, contact us for independent and unbiased advice on any of the lots on offer before you commit – phone us on 02 9977 7764 or email [email protected].

To see all lots in the Deutscher + Hackett sale, simply visit the D+H website.

And as always, here are “Dave’s Faves” for you:

Lot 2 - Alex Seton, Soloist, 2012, est. $80,000-100,000. Bronzed Onesie

Lot 2 – Alex Seton, Soloist, 2012, est. $80,000-100,000. Bronzed Onesie

Lot 3 - Sam Jinks, Untitled, 2012-14, est. $30,000-40,000. Baby Love

Lot 3 – Sam Jinks, Untitled, 2012-14, est. $30,000-40,000. Baby Love

Lot 9 John Brack

Lot 9 – John Brack, Sketch for Backs and Fronts, 1969, est. $40,000-60,000. Dance with the Stars

Lot 16 Fred Williams

Lot 16 – Fred Williams, Acacia Saplings, c1974, est. $280,000-340,000. No Blood on the Wattle here

Lot 17 Brett Whiteley

Lot 17 – Brett Whiteley, Washing the Salt off III,1985, est. $650,000-850,000. Is she also washing that man right outta her hair?

Lot 19 Jeffrey Smart

Lot 19 – Jeffrey Smart, Second Study for Morning, Yarragon Siding, 1983, est. $90,000-120,000. Beat the Drum

Lot 21 - William Robinson, Morning Tallanbanna, est. $180,000-240,000. Lord of the Landscape

Lot 21 – William Robinson, Morning Tallanbanna, est. $180,000-240,000. Lord of the Landscape

Lot 29 - Michael Zavros, Winning is easy, 2009, est. $10,000-15,000. And the Winner is ... Michael Zavros

Lot 29 – Michael Zavros, Winning is easy, 2009, est. $10,000-15,000. And the Winner is … Michael Zavros

Lot 39 - Sali Herman, The White House, Paddington, 1964, est. $14,000-18,000. Trump is not welcome here

Lot 39 – Sali Herman, The White House, Paddington, 1964, est. $14,000-18,000. Trump is not welcome here, either

Lot 41 Roland Wakelin

Lot 41 – Roland Wakelin, St James’ Church, Sydney, 1949, est. $14,000-18,000. Let’s hope you make it to this church on time

Lot 43 - John Peter Russell, Monastery at Portofino, 1920, est. $6,000-8,000. Bellissima

Lot 43 – John Peter Russell, Monastery at Portofino, 1920, est. $6,000-8,000. Bellissima

Lot 46 - William Strutt, Spring Cleaning, 1892, est. $65,000-85,000. The paintings conservator from hell

Lot 46 – William Strutt, Spring Cleaning, 1892, est. $65,000-85,000. The paintings conservator from hell

Lot 51 - Donald Friend, Temple Carvings, Bali, c1984, est. $10,000-15,000. Bali Beautiful

Lot 51 – Donald Friend, Temple Carvings, Bali, c1984, est. $10,000-15,000. Bali Beautiful

Lot 60 John Perceval

Lot 60 – John Perceval, Della Francesca Angel, 1948-68, est. $15,000-20,000. An Angel at my Table

Lot 62 - Bill Henson, Untitled 41, 1998/1999/2000, est. $14,000-18,000. A Ray of Sunshine

Lot 62 – Bill Henson, Untitled 41, 1998/1999/2000, est. $14,000-18,000. There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel

Lot 72 - James Alfred Turner, Broken Bridge, 1892, est. $6,000-8,000. A Bridge too far?

Lot 72 – James Alfred Turner, Broken Bridge, 1892, est. $6,000-8,000. A Bridge too far?

Lot 74 Albert Henry Fullwood

Lot 74 – Albert Henry Fullwood, The Port of Flushing, 1913, est. $4,000-6,000. Underrated Fullwood at Flushing

Lot 80 - Nicholas Harding, Beach Life (Lilo Girl and Snorkeller), 2004, est. $8,000-12,000. I'm in Love with Lilo Girl

Lot 80 – Nicholas Harding, Beach Life (Lilo Girl and Snorkeller), 2004, est. $8,000-12,000. I’m in Love with Lilo Girl

Lot 107 - James Cant, Street Scene, London, 1955, est. $5,000-7,000. Yes he can!

Lot 107 – James Cant, Street Scene, London, 1955, est. $5,000-7,000. Yes he can!

 

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Brigitte Banziger

Hello, 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 offer comprehensive art valuation and art brokerage services (selling and buying art on behalf of clients). Our art services cover everything from valuations, art care and restoration, to general advice such as helping define the goals for your art collection and work out the best strategy on how to achieve those goals, including where, how and when to buy or sell.

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