Smith & Singer

Strong under-currents in Sotheby's billabong

August 27, 2014

Australian Arts Sales Digest  |  Terry Ingram

A work considered as Australia's answer to Monet's water lilies struggled at the sale by Sotheby's Australia of Important Australian and International Art in Sydney on August 26.  But a painting of a warehouse and trucking park attracted intense competition and made a hammer price in the region of $¾ million, the highest price lot in the sale.

 

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