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The Canberra Times  |  Liz Hobday

A masterpiece by Australian impressionist Arthur Streeton not seen by the public for 130 years has been unveiled.

The 1894 oil painting Sunlight at the Camp 1894 has gone on show in Melbourne before its auction in Sydney, where it's expected to fetch up to $1.5 million.

Financial Review  |  Elizabeth Fortescue

Wealthy art collectors have plenty of works to splash their money on in Smith & Singer’s auction of Important Australian and International Art, whose catalogue went online this week.  |  Andrew McIlroy

Criss Canning’s great grandmother’s delicately embroidered table cloth sweeps across the plane of one of her cherished paintings, bringing together a closely-held assortment of Japanese and Western glazed vases and earthenware and thoughtfully placed flowers. 

Financial Review  |  Gabriella Coslovich

The magical panoramas of Venice and the brushwork of Australia’s most famed impressionist, Arthur Streeton, are a combination guaranteed to spark bidding rallies at auction. 

Financial Review  |  Gabriella Coslovich

Great expectations for contemporary art stars old and newAs the National Gallery of Australia prepares to celebrate the 40-year career of the remarkable Cressida Campbell next month, savvy art investors are capitalising on her surging profile.

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