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A3 Art Auction - 20/8/14

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A3 Art Auction - Tomorrow Evening

Wed 20 August 2014

This sale will be held over two sessions:

Session One (Lots 1 - 150): 4pm
Session Two (Lots 151 - 334): 6pm

This auction presents over 300 lots of contemporary, modern and historic New Zealand art. All of the works are valued at under $1,000 and many are to be sold without reserve. Tomorrow’s sale is an excellent opportunity to acquire entry-level works by recognised New Zealand artists.

Click here to view the catalogue online.


Included are works by Dick Frizzell, Pat Hanly, Paul Hartigan, Louise Henderson, Richard Killeen, Michael Smither, Garth Tapper, Michael Tuffery, Denys Watkins, John Weeks and Robin White as well as an impressive offering of New Zealand photography.

Click here to view the catalogue online.

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