Dave’s Faves: Rah Rah Fizelle at Deutscher + Hackett Art Auction 30 April 2014

In their first auction of the year, Deutscher + Hackett present a beautiful selection of 156 lots.

Their Melbourne 30 April sale promises to be very exciting. Both David and I are very much looking forward to seeing the paintings, sculptures and photography this week in Sydney from 10 to 13 April.

Let’s get straight into Dave’s Faves then:

Lot 2 – Rah Fizelle, Three Nudes c1938, est. $40,000-$60,000. Modernist Heaven Full of Angels
Lot 4 – John Brack, Pears, 1957, est. $90,000-$120,000. Pared back perfection
Lot 12 – Jeffrey Smart, On the Cassia, 1965, est. $220,000-$250,000. An early burley bloke
Lot 14 – John Olsen, Sydney Nights, 1965, est. $40,000-$60,000. Forget late Olsen, this is where it’s at – 60s cool.
Lot 16 – John Coburn, Landscape of Desire, 1956, est. $45,000-$65,000. The Shape Escape
Lot 35 – Bill Henson, Untitled, 1990-91 (From Paris Opera Project), est. $18,000-$25,000. Let yourself be drawn into the blackness
Lot 61 – Clement Meadmore, Warm Valley, 1994, est. $16,000-$20,000. Sculptural delight in form
Lot 64 – Ben Quilty, Van Gogh after John Russell, 2004, est. $12,000-$16,000. An important and brilliant work
Lot 76 – Andy Warhol, Mao,1972, est. $20,000-$30,000. Iconic
Lot 79 – J.H. Carse, Mosman’s Bay, 1874, est. $9,000-$12,000. Historic
Lot 92 – Tony Tuckson, Artist and model c1954, est $10,000-$15,000. Colour me bad
Lot 109 – Robert Klippel, “American” Collage 1960/73, est. $5,000-$7,000. A flat sculpture – LOVE IT!
Lot 118 – Noel McKenna, Chair on a cliff edge, 2004, est. $5,000-$7,000. “Hilarious”
Lot 132 – Max Dupain, Jean with wire mesh, 1937, est. $6,000-$9,000. One of Dupain’s finest images
Lot 145 – Arthur Streeton, View of St. Paul’s from the Thames, 1914-18, est. $5,000-$7,000. A wonderful impression

The Sydney viewing is at 55 Oxford Street, Surrey Hills, and the Melbourne preview is on from 23 to 29 April at 105 Commercial Road, South Yarra.

As always, we would be delighted to assist you with independent verbal advice, written due diligence reports and bidding in the room on the evening of 30 April in Melbourne on your behalf to represent your interests.

Of course you can also view the Deutscher + Hackett catalogue online.

If you haven’t seen CANVASS yet, here is a little taster of the online ACAA magazine:

  • Review: Cai Guo-Qiang at QAGOMA
  • Review: Melbourne Now at NGV
  • Book Review: Capturing the Light – The Race to Discover Photography
  • Book Reviews: Dave’s Faves
  • Book Review: The Dealer is the Devil
  • Qantas Foundation Encouragement of Australian Art Award
  • Interview with Lynn Kraus, Sydney Office Managing Partner, Ernst & Young
  • Interview with Sally Breen, Arts Professional
  • LinkedOut + Current Projects: who’s moving where and who’s doing what
  • Crossword: On Photography

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