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Consign Now: Entries now invited


A2 Art

26 February 2013

The sale will present a substantial selection of works by in-demand contemporary, modern and historical artists, all of which will hold values between $1,000 and $20,000.
Already consigned are works by Peter Stichbury, Andrew Mcloed, Seraphine Pick, Shane Cotton, Michael Harrison, Tony De Lautour, Max Gimblett, Saskia Leek, Alan Maddox, Pat Hanly, Colin McCahon, Gordon Walters, Paul Dibble, Ralph Hotere and Dick Frizzell.

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