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Australia Plus  |  Kathryn Magann

Pelelangan karya-karya seni milik seniman Australia mencapai rekor baru setelah penjualan yang dilakukan di Sydney hari Rabu (1/9/2016) malam.

Rumah lelang Sotheby melelang dengan judul Important Australian Art dan menghasilkan $8.96 (sekitar Rp 89 miliar) dengan sedikitnya empat karya seni mencapai rekor baru penjualan bagi seniman pembuatnya.

ABC News  |  Kathryn Magann

Auction records tumbled when some of Australia's most prominent artworks went under the hammer in Sydney overnight.  The Sotheby's auction titled Important Australian Art cleared $8.96 million, with at least four works setting world auction records for their artists.

BlouinArtInfo  |  Nicholas Forrest

Sotheby’s Australia has set new auction records for Howard Arkley, Albert Namatjira, and Emma Minnie Boyd during its August 31 sale of Important Australian Art at the InterContinental Sydney.  The highly successful sale, which also achieved the second highest price at auction for Arthur Streeton, realized $8.96 million and achieved clearance rates of 132% by value and 75.4% volume.

Australian Auction Review  |  Richard Brewster

The largest and most significant work by Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira ever offered for auction is set to create a new world record price when Sotheby’s Australia holds its Important Australian Art sale from 6.30pm on Wednesday August 31 at the InterContinental Sydney, 117 Macquarie Street, Sydney.

Ten News

Australian ‘masterpieces’ are expected to run off the shelves next week as 69 works of art go on sale for Sotheby’s Australia’s August sale.  The artworks cover a range of styles from Impressionism to Abstraction, and feature rare works depicting Federation-era Sydney harbour and pre-Federation portraits.

The Sydney Morning Herald  |  James Cockington

Syndicated: The Age

Sir Arthur Streeton's magnificent 1907 panorama of Sydney Harbour is listed for public sale on August 31 for only the fourth time. Sotheby's Australia estimate of $1.5 million to $2 million are an indication of Streeton's rising value on the secondary market over the past few decades.

Australian Financial Review  |  Peter Fish

All eyes will be on Arthur Streeton's 1.2 metre wide seascape Sydney Harbour at Sotheby's Australia at the end of the month - but also guaranteed to attract keen interest at the auction is a quartet of other pictures, all fresh to the market and at least two of them likely to set new records.

The Australian  |  Michaela Boland

Sotheby’s Australia bullishly expects to sell an Arthur Streeton Sydney Harbour landscape for more than $1.5 million, an asking price seen only once previously, in 2005, before Australia’s art market faltered.

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