Dave’s Faves from the upcoming Sothebys auction 28 April 2011

Before unveiling Dave’s Faves from the upcoming Sothebys auction, a quick information on our next complimentary art appraisal day:

Saturday, 7 May, 10 am – 2 pm, at Frame 88, on 88 Penshurst Street, Willoughby.

Oil paintings, limited edition prints, photographs, both Australian and international, will be appraised, and if a work is too big, a good photo is welcome, too – whether you would like to know the value, have questions regarding reframing or conservation or whether you are looking to sell a work.
Sotheby’s Auction 17 May 2011

There are some very impressive and certainly important paintings (and sculpture, too) in the next Sothebys sale of important Australian art, including the estate of the Late Mrs Marjory Green, on 17 May in Melbourne.

In Sydney, the viewing will be from Thursday, 5 May, to Sunday, 8 May, 10 am to 5 pm.

David is happy to give a guided tour of the auction preview in Sydney.  If you are interested to come along, let us know as soon as possible.

There are just 97 lots in this carefully curated auction – we will be attending the sale in Melbourne, and are happy to provide you with due diligence and assessment reports on any works.

If you can’t go to the viewing, just visit www.sothebysaustralia.com.au.

And here are David’s Sothebys favourites:

Lot 4 Charles Blackman
Lot 7 Joy Hester
Lot 8 Robert Klippel
Lot 11 John Coburn
Lot 12 Jeffrey Smart
Lot 16 John Perceval
Lot 20 Jeffrey Smart
Lot 21 Sidney Nolan
Lot 27 Rupert Bunny
Lot 51 John Olsen
Lot 66 Roy de Maistre
Lot 74 Grace Cossington Smith
Lot 82 G. W. Lambert
Lot 84 Arthur Streeton
Lot 94 Dora Wilson

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David Hulme is an approved valuer for the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts program and a member of the Art Consulting Association of Australia. David Hulme is also managing director at Banziger Hulme Fine Art Consultants, which is a highly respected art consultancy in Australia and has been in operation for over ten years. David also regularly comments on the Australian and international art market on national radio and in numerous local and national newspapers.

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