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MICHAEL REID | CONGRATULATING OUR ARCHIBALD AND SULMAN PRIZE FINALISTS!

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Paul (Paul Williams in his studio)    
acrylic on canvas    
144 x 164 cm    
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Photo: Felicity Jenkins, AGNSW

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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

 

PETER WALKER FINE ART | HELPMANN ACADEMY

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KALEIDOSCOPE 2017
3 – 12 August, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by the artists who undertook the 2016 Helpmann Academy India (Sanskriti Kendra) and China (SA Power Networks Jingdezhen Pottery Workshop) Residencies.

Kaleidoscope is a result of the artists’ time at the residencies, and reflects the experiences and insights gained from being immersed in such rich culture and artistry. The works presented showcase a variety of different mediums including ceramics, jewellery and photography.

Featuring works by Karl Brasse, Juniper Darling, Liam Fleming, Sue Garrard, Jack Ladd, Simone Linder-Patton and Georgia Matthews.

The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state-wide festival of Visual Art. The SALA Festival was established in 1998…

MOORABOOL ANTIQUES | NEW ADDITIONS

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Fresh @ Moorabool….

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, as time ticks away in the count-down to our 2017 Exhibition…. some pocket watches and their chains, in gold and silver….. a few pieces of Wedgwood (early releases from a collection featuring in our 2017 Exhibition!) and some other interesting items.

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.

LAURAINE DIGGINS FINE ART | MYTHS AND LEGENDS

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Lauraine Diggins Fine Art is pleased to invite you to takeCloser Look At… Myths and Legends in our Collectors’ Exhibition of Australian art.

The idea of myths and legends applies to a number of artworks in diverse ways, from Greek tales (Leonard French’s The Kings) to Australian narratives, including heroic figures from the bush (Russell Drysdale’s stoic stockman confronting the viewer in Rain at Cattle Creek);  Australian explorers (David Boyd Burke and Wills in the Desert); and the pioneering pastoralists surviving on the land (Artur Loureiro (An Australian Scene)).

The Australian landscape itself…

ETRURIA | BUSINESS IS BACK TO NORMAL

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The shop is now closed and business is back to normal. Sales are now online, by appointment, and at the fairs. We also maintain four cabinets at The Armadale Antiques Centre, 1147 High Street Armadale.

The website is largely up to date again, although we’ll be adding more new items as we catch up on photography.

We’ve added an exceptional selection of early Bow porcelain animal and bird figures, all in the white.

For a complete list of recent additions, click here.

Lee Bradshaw

etruria.com.au
lee@witsend.id.au

MICHAEL REID | NEW ONLINE EXHIBITION

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Joan Ross
works on paper

Joan Ross is renowned for her animations, print-media artworks, sculptures and installations. These works are found in numerous significant collections internationally and in the National Gallery of Australia. Another side of her practice, less often revealed though equally essential, is drawings and her mixed media works on paper.

These works on paper are an ever-continuing and compelling proponent of the narrative told by Joan Ross and were a feature of the 2015/16 survey of Ross’ work shown at the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery. The exhibition’s curator Rilka Oakley identified them, in her essay, as the artist’s…

HORDERN HOUSE | NEWS FOR JUNE 2017

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News for June 2017

Our new catalogue is a selection of 52 items including one of the great voyage rarities: an original Quiros presentation memorial. Dating from 1611 this is one of only 14 different Memorials known to have been printed by Quiros (at his own considerable expense), which mark the earliest printed record of discovery and plans for settlement of a Southern Continent.

Our cover item is from Lieutenant Robert Dale’s famously important and vivid nine-foot wide View of King George’s Sound. Published in 1834, this remarkable panorama was probably intended to excite interest in the fledgling Colony. Included too are…

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