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posted 18 May 2017

Two major art auctions on consecutive days in Sydney last week reported more than 80 per cent of lots sold and 90 per cent by value, indicating a general pick-up in the art market after a long hiatus.VIEW ARTICLEPeter Fish, Australian Financial Review, 17 May 2017 

posted 6 May 2017

Michaela Boland, The Australian, 6th May 2017 106e587cb9c13b8b17d442dcc43a93f4.jpg

posted 4 May 2017

Peter Fish, 4th May 2017, Australian Financial Review 10.jpg LIN ONUSRIDDLE OF THE KOI, 1994synthetic polymer paint on canvasdiptych200.0 x 400.0 cm (overall)EST: $450,000 – 650,000 (2)  

posted 4 April 2017

Jeremy Eccles, Aboriginal Art Directory, 4th April 2017To own so much art that you can hold not one but three auction sales of it – the latest of more than 150 works - may seem a tad excessive. But any time spent with Liz Laverty – widow of the great pathologist Colin Laverty, with whom she built this collection of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous art – allows you to appreciate the pain she...

posted 24 March 2017

Peter Fish, The Australian Financial Review, 22nd March 2017