Where do you find museum quality art? And does it need to be “museum quality”?
The simple answer is, it doesn’t. But most art bought through commercial galleries is simply decorative and will never be worth any more than its decorative value, which often equates to perhaps 20% of its retail price.
Museum quality art in Australia can be purchased for $5,000 or $500,000, if bought in the right place.
Guiding collectors through this minefield is our speciality, and we are there to assist you if and when an artwork catches your eye. In this way, we can help you avoid costly mistakes.
In their 11 May auction in Sydney, Menzies offer such works by John Peter Russell, Elioth Gruner, John Brack and Arthur Streeton, to name just a few from the 136 lots of Australian and international art.
Below is the latest selection of museum quality Dave’s Faves to enjoy from Menzies.
You can personally view the paintings and sculptures in Sydney from 4 to 10 May, at 12 Todman Avenue, and online in the Menzies website.
The Menzies fine art auction will be held also at 12 Todman Avenue, on Thursday, 11 May 2017, starting at 6.30 pm.