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Australian Art and Design Featured at Auction 25th March


William T. Cooper (Australian, b. 1934) Oil on Board Landscape Painting.


Our Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables Auction takes place this Sunday, 25th March at 11am Australian Eastern Daylight Time.

Those of you who have been following know that we had to postpone our February auction due to a death in the family. The rescheduled auction will take place on Sunday, and we have some very special items from the estate of a collector who took pride in Australian Art and Design.



You can view or download a text-only version at our website:

Text Catalogue
In addition to French and English antique furniture, ceramics and glass, our sale with feature Australian artworks and design.



Some highlights:
 



Australian cedar furniture including large two height enclosed bookcases, two large cabinets from the Goulburn Courthouse, tables and chairs.









Mashman Bros. Fruit Bowl



Australian pottery including Trent, Mashman Bros., Remued, Bendigo, John Campbell







Where Sky Meets Water - Van Pelt



Australian Fine Art to include these artists: William T. Cooper, G. Van Pelt, Robert M Barnes and David Harrison

5 comments:

katlupe said...

Aleta, what beautiful items you have for sale! Your blog looks very nice and professional. Good work!

that's life! said...

Thanks so much, Kat!

Yes, I thought it was cluttered and needed a fresher, cleaner look.

My Lord, it's just finding the time to do everything!

And a good plan, and sticking to it, and being flexible enough to deal with spanners thrown into the works and get right back to The Plan, and...and...! :)

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Love the paintings ! very elegant antiques ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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Charlie Thomas said...

William T. Cooper Oil on Board Landscape Painting looks amazing. Love this painting as it looks so natural and stunning.
Australian Artists Paintings