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A2 Art - Final call for entries

A2 Art
Final call for entries

25 September 2014, 6:30pm

Final entries are invited for our last A2 Art sale of 2014, which is due to take place on the 25th September. Entries close on Wednesday 27 August 2014.

This sale category focuses on contemporary, modern and historic works of art valued at between $1,000 and $20,000. The sale already includes works by in-demand artists such as Colin McCahon, Milan Mrkusich, Fiona Pardington, Peter Peryer, Seraphine Pick, Peter Stichbury and Grahame Sydney.

Feel free to make contact with our team of Fine Art Specialists for a no-obligation appraisal of value and to discuss consignment into this sale.

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