Smith & Singer

Important Australian & International Art

AU0849 | 20 April 2021 | Sydney | 6.30PM

JEFFREY SMART 1921-2013 The Arezzo Turn-Off (1973)
oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, © The Estate of Jeffrey Smart
Estimate $800,000–1,200,000
EUGENE VON GUÉRARD 1811-1901 Mount Shadwell from Mount Noorat (circa 1857)
oil on board
Estimate $100,000–150,000
FREDERICK MCCUBBIN 1855-1917 What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush 1904
oil on canvas
Estimate $1,200,000–1,600,000
ARTHUR STREETON 1867-1943 Hobart 1938
oil on canvas
Estimate $750,000–950,000
FRED WILLIAMS 1927-1982 Guthega Landscape (1975)
oil on canvas, © Estate of Fred Williams/Copyright Agency, 2021
Estimate $1,000,000–1,200,000
AKIO MAKIGAWA 1948-1999 Work 1 (Sun) (1991)
Paonazzo marble, Marquino marble, Carrara white marble, galvanised steel and gold leaf, Akio Makigawa/Copyright Agency, 2021
Estimate $80,000–120,000
BESSIE DAVIDSON 1879-1965 Still Life (1930s)
oil on board
Estimate $15,000–25,000
IAN FAIRWEATHER 1891-1974 On the Lake (1964)
synthetic polymer paint and gouache on cardboard on hardboard, © Ian Fairweather/Dacs. Copyright Agency, 2021
Estimate $200,000–300,000
ROSALIE GASCOIGNE 1917-1999 Gaudy Night 1992
sawn wooden soft drink crates and linoleum on retroreflective road signs on plywood, © Rosalie Gascoigne/Copyright Agency, 2021
Estimate $80,000–120,000
WILLIAM ROBINSON BORN 1936 Autumn Sunset 1997
oil on canvas, © William Robinson
Estimate $300,000–350,000
Sale Number: AU0849

Important Australian & International Art

Smith & Singer remain the market leader for the sale of fine art in Australia, with the highest combined total for public auctions and private sales since 2016.

Building on the successes of 2020 – which witnessed strong demand in the auction room and private sales in excess of $50 million – our carefully curated April 2021 auction surveys artistic practice from the last two centuries.  The sale includes exceptional examples of Naturalism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and Modernism, along with paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the most influential artistic innovators of historical, modern and contemporary Australian and international art.

AUCTION IN SYDNEY
20 APRIL 2021 l 6.30 PM
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN OF AUSTRALIA, 
111 QUEEN STREET, WOOLLAHRA

EXHIBITION

Melbourne

14-16 Collins Street
MELBOURNE  VIC  3000 
Tel: +61 (0)3 9508 9900 
Fax: +61 (0)3 9671 3096
[email protected]

TUESDAY 6 APRIL -

SUNDAY 11 APRIL

10AM - 5PM

 

Sydney

30 Queen Street 
WOOLLAHRA  NSW  2025 
Tel: +61 (0)2 9302 2402
Fax: +61 (0)2 9263 1100 
[email protected]

WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL -

TUESDAY 20 APRIL

10AM - 5PM

 
CONTACT INFORMATION +

Specialists

Geoffrey Smith

Geoffrey Smith

Chairman

Australian & International Art 
Melbourne  |  Sydney 
T: +61 (0)3 9508 9900 
T: +61 (0)2 9302 2402 
E: Geoffrey Smith

Gary Singer

Chief Executive Officer

Australian & International Art 
Melbourne  |  Sydney 
T: +61 (0)3 9508 9900 
T: +61 (0)2 9302 2402 
E: Gary Singer
       
Brett Ballard

Brett Ballard

Senior Specialist

Australian & International Art 
Sydney 
T: +61 (0)2 9302 2402 
E: Brett Ballard

Liza Hallam

Liza Hallam

Administratort

Australian & International Art 
Melbourne 
T: +61 (0)3 9508 9900 
E: Liza Hallam
EXHIBITION TIMES +

MELBOURNE

14-16 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE

TUESDAY 6 APRIL -

SUNDAY 11 APRIL

10AM - 5PM

SYDNEY

30 QUEEN STREET, WOOLLAHRA

WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL -

TUESDAY 20 APRIL

10AM - 5PM









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