Smith & Singer

Albert Tucker: Masterpieces from the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation

AUEX024 | 1 October 2020 - 30 October 2020 | Sydney | 10 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday

ALBERT TUCKER 1914-1999 Gippsland Intruder II 1965
synthetic polymer paint on composition board, © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
SOLD
ALBERT TUCKER 1914-1999 Peasant 1954
oil on composition board, © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
Price Available on Request
ALBERT TUCKER 1914-1999 Nude and Flowers 1970
synthetic polymer paint on composition board, © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
SOLD
ALBERT TUCKER 1914-1999 Footballers 1988
synthetic polymer paint on composition board, © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
SOLD
ALBERT TUCKER 1914-1999 The Torment of Love Unsatisfied, the Greater Torment of Love Satisfied 1989-1990
oil on canvas, © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
SOLD
Sale Number: AUEX024

Albert Tucker: Masterpieces from the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation

Smith & Singer is honoured to present Albert Tucker: Masterpieces from the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation.  Curated by Geoffrey Smith, Chairman, Smith & Singer, the exhibition comprises works spanning 44 years of Albert Tucker's prodigious artistic practice.  Each painting has been carefully selected to reflect a cross-section of some of the varied themes and motifs Tucker explored throughout his remarkable career.

Drawn from the personal collection of Albert and Barbara Tucker, the exhibition contains numerous works that have never previously been available for public sale.  Offered on behalf of the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation, proceeds benefit important social causes, including the initiation of social change which supports the equal treatment and social acceptance of all persons in the community.

Albert Tucker: Masterpieces from the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation will be open to the public at 30 Queen Street, Woollahra, from 1-30 October 2020, 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

 

EXHIBITION

Sydney

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

1-30 OCTOBER

MONDAY - FRIDAY

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 & Director

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

Fiona Hayward

Senior Specialist

Australian & International Art 
Melbourne 
T: +61 (0)3 9508 9900 
E: Fiona Hayward

Brett Ballard

Brett Ballard

Senior Specialist

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

Liza Hallam

Administrator

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

Auction Results & Details

EXHIBITION TIMES +


SYDNEY

30 QUEEN STREET, WOOLLAHRA

1-30 OCTOBER

MONDAY - FRIDAY

10AM - 5PM








Albert Tucker: Masterpieces from the Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation - AUEX024 © Albert & Barbara Tucker Foundation. Courtesy of Smith & Singer Fine Art
14 ALBERT TUCKER
1914-1999

The Torment of Love Unsatisfied, the Greater Torment of Love Satisfied 1989-1990

SOLD

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