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Blouin Artinfo  |  Nicholas Forrest

Sotheby’s Australia has re-launched its Arts and Design sales in Sydney, the first of which will be the auction house’s April 15 Fine Asian, Australian, and European Arts and Design sale. Bringing together a wide range of objects including items of furniture, ceramics, silver, and some wonderful paintings, the sale is an eclectic affair with some notable highlights.

WorldAuction  |  Pierre Tavlitzki

After Cook's voyages, the activity of the British intensifies between Australia and New Zealand. The first governor of New South Wales, appointed in 1788, includes New Zealand in his territory.

Australian Financial Review  |  Peter Fish

Sotheby’s Australia has breathed new life into the furniture and decorative arts markets, re-launching the regular Sydney “dec arts” sales it abandoned almost a decade ago in favour of Melbourne. It is pledging to hold up to three such sales a year, probably alternating between the two capitals.

Sydney Morning Herald  |  James Cockington

The Asian segment represents the greatest area of growth in the world's auction markets. So it came as no surprise to see that Robert Bradlow, Sotheby's London-based specialist in Chinese ceramics and works of art, paid a lightning visit to Sydney and Melbourne in early February in search of consignments.

Australian Financial Review  |  Sophie Boyd

The re-emergence of a highly significant and presumed lost colonial artefact is causing excitement among collectors and historians in Australia and New Zealand.

Blouin Artinfo  |  Nicholas Forrest

Sotheby’s Australia’s April 1 Melbourne Important Jewels auction features a wide range of covetable pieces, ranging from contemporary designer pieces from the likes of David Webb, Cartier, and Tiffany & Co. to items of historical interest.

Design on the block

26 March 2014

ArtsHub  |  Assistant Editor

Modern design, jewels and an historical medallion are all up for auction.

Blouin ArtInfo  |  Nicholas Forrest

Celebrated Australian artist Russell Drysdale was one of the country’s least prolific artists, producing around 350 oil paintings during a career spanning four decades, which makes the Sotheby’s Australia exhibition of more than 40 of Drysdale’s paintings, which is currently on show at the auction house’s Sydney gallery, quite an extraordinary achievement.

Rare Drysdales on show

10 March 2014

The Australian  |  Justin Burke

A COLLECTION of rarely seen works by Russell Drysdale, one of Australia’s most famous but least prolific artists, opens in Sydney today.

ABC News  |  Nick Grimm

A rare collection from around the world of the work of artist Russell Drysdale is on show in Sydney.

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