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Narryna Art & Antique Fair

Narryna

Narryna Art & Antique Fair
20-22 October 2017
Narryna, Battery Point, Hobart

Friday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Entry fee: $10

NEW THIS YEAR, the Narryna Art & Antique Fair features eleven leading Tasmanian art and antique dealers. Come and see Narryna completely restyled with an eclectic mix of the opulent and rustic, classic and contemporary. You will nd plenty of ideas for your country estate or city pied-à-terre. All items are guaranteed genuine. A bar with food will be operating afternoons and evenings.

AAADA Exhibitors include Evandale Antiques, Leven Antiques, JB Hawkins Antiques, Warwick Oakman Antiques and…

CHRISTOPHER DAY GALLERY | KEN KNIGHT

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Ken Knight

Please cast an eye over these four excellent works that have just arrived from Ken Knight, including one major work of Sydney Harbour ready to grace the wall of any home or office.  All are superbly framed.

For larger images and our stock one can view online cdaygallery.com.au

Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm

or by appointment by calling 0418 403 928

We look forward to seeing you very soon

Christopher and Fiona

MOORABOOL ANTIQUES | FRESH ITEMS

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Fresh @ Moorabool…. 

New additions.

We are pleased to offer some fresh additions to moorabool.com.

As a subscriber, you have first look at our recent finds – and first chance to buy.

This week, two divisions of interesting items with our Premium collection’s first monthly release, and some other interesting items in the General release.

Enjoy!

Paul Rosenberg, Alard Pett & all @ Moorabool Antiques

Items will remain in the ‘Fresh’ page for 2 weeks, or until sold.
Click photo below to view the item.

DOUGLAS STEWART FINE BOOKS | FEATURED ACQUISITIONS

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Featured Acquisitions : Australian Art

This month’s Featured Acquisitions is a collection of over 200 works on Australian Art. One highlight is a presentation copy of Hugh McCrae’s Idyllia, illustrated with five original etchings by Norman Lindsay, gifted to his daughter Rose and retained in the family for nearly a century. Also featured are Donald Friend’s personal copies of some of his rarest works, books with original drawings and graphics by Brett Whiteley, Russell Drysdale, Bruno Leti, Sydney Ure Smith, Tim Storrier, Sidney Nolan, Lloyd Rees and others, a good collection of works illustrated by Norman Lindsay, some rare Arthur…

PETER WALKER FINE ART | RURAL & REMOTE

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RURAL & REMOTE 
HENRY STENTIFORD & JADE HARLAND

Reflections of the Artist in Residency program at the Glenside Rural & Remote Inpatient Unit. Engagement with mental health facilities consumers, staff and environment of the Glenside campus, and ongoing collaboration with the University of South Australia’s Mental Health Research team has informed this exhibition. Bringing together academics, health care workers, artists and everyone in between to seek a better understanding of the process of recovery and the contribution of art.

HENRY STENTIFORD is a unique Adelaide artist who portrays…

DOUGLAS STEWART FINE BOOKS | NEW ACQUISITIONS AUGUST 2017

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Welcome to our New Acquisitions list for August 2017.

The many highlights include an archive of ephemeral publications relating to the first phase of the Futurist movement, 1910-13; a manuscript journal kept by an English immigrant in Port Phillip and Sydney, 1848-51; a French pocket globe by Lebeque (1870); a convict broadside ballad, Van Diemen’s Land (c.1830); a John Skinner Prout watercolour depicting a view in the Blue Mountains (1847); a copy of Eagle Gulch, a rare fictional work set on the Darling Downs goldfields (1883); and a leaf from William Caxton’s Polychronicon (1482). You will also find a number…

MOORABOOL ANTIQUES | FRESH ITEMS

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Fresh @ Moorabool….

New additions.

We are pleased to offer some fresh additions to moorabool.com.

As a subscriber, you have first look at our recent finds – and first chance to buy.

This week, some dainty Victorian cups & saucers to use, and a small group of furniture including a George III corner cupboard, a French Empire single bed, and a Victorian ‘Elizabethan’ desk.

Enjoy!

Paul Rosenberg, Alard Pett & all @ Moorabool Antiques

CERAMIC COLLECTORS SOCIETY | SEMINAR | OUT OF THE BLUE

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Seminar
OUT OF THE BLUE

On Sunday 27th August at the Mosman Art Gallery and Community Centre we will be holding our biannual seminar, aptly titled “Out of the Blue” as it will trace the use of cobalt oxide in ceramic decoration from its inception in the East, hundreds of years ago, to its reception in the West during the Renaissance and then on through the later centuries up to more modern times. Matthew will give two lectures illustrating the influences, changes and styles of blue and white ceramics in Europe in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Bronwyn will discuss…

MICHAEL REID | CONGRATULATING OUR ARCHIBALD AND SULMAN PRIZE FINALISTS!

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Photo: Felicity Jenkins, AGNSW

*** EMBARGO: 12 NOON, THURSDAY 20 JULY 2017 ***
This image may only be used in conjunction with editorial coverage of the 2017 Archibald Prize competition, on display 29 Jul – 22 Oct 2017, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. This image may not be cropped or overwritten. Prior approval in writing required for use as a cover. Caption details must accompany reproduction of the image. Media contact:Kamal.Rana@ag.nsw.gov.au

Paul (Paul Williams in his studio), 2017
Finalist – The Archibald Prize 2017, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Michael Reid Sydney + Berlin are delighted to announce our finalists in the prestigious Archibald and Sulman Prizes at the Art Gallery of New South Wales: Marc Etherington, Jordan Richardson, Michael Peck and Joan Ross.

Winners will be announced at the Art Gallery next Friday, 28th July.

View the Online Exhibition of our Prize Finalists

 

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