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The Best Love Affairs

Are those we never had.” Norman did not hear his own words too well. Norman Lindsay was one of ten children from Creswick Victoria.From an early age, Norman showed outstanding skills in his drawing capacity. He became a cartoonist for the Bulletin Magazine, he also wrote novels, children’s books, including “The Magic Pudding” and also […]

Art Emporium Clearance

The Sunday Art Emporium was a great success with a clearance rate of 70% by items. Many of Sydney’s collectors were on hand to bid for the low estimate works.On offer were Blue chip names like Tommy Watson, Norman Lindsay, Brett Whiteley, Ray Crooke and John Olsen. These are names that will always draw a crowd if […]

Welcome Kathryn Gallagher

Anala Art Advisory has the pleasure of introducing you to Kathryn Gallagher.Sydney based Pop artist Kathryn Gallagher is best known for her boldly-coloured paintings based on mash ups of comic strips, advertisements and iconic Hollywood Celebrity.Like much Pop Art, it provokes debate over ideas of originality, consumerism and the fine line between fine art and […]

The Peter Elliott Collection

The 30th of August will see day 1 of the Peter Elliott collection going up for auction. Brett Whiteley has three stunning pieces on offer, though One piece in this collection of work certainly grabbed Anala Art Advisory’s attention. Brett Whiteley’s The Arrival – A Glimpse in the Botanical Gardens of 1984 is certainly the […]

The Archibald 2015

JF Archibald was a journo and founder of the Bulletin Magazine, he also served as a trustee of the Art Gallery of NSW. He is responsible for Australia’s oldest and best known art prize for portraiture. A portrait of him, commissioned by the Art Gallery of NSW trustees, was made after his death and remains […]

Welcome Tanya Dyhin

Anala Art Advisory has the pleasure of welcoming Tanya Dyhin.Tanya Dyhin’s photographic work draws inspiration from light, as both a mechanism for the creation of images and the starting point for an experimental and speculative process that combines analogue and digital technologies. Conceptually Dyhin’s work is concerned with visual perception and visceral experience. Her work […]

Auction Buying v Advisory Buying

An upcoming auction featuring Australian Indigenous & Oceanic Art will be held on the 21st of July. It consists highly of baskets, shields, Tiwi Spears and collections of small carvings. What it also consists of is a few of the most recognisable names in the Indigenous Art Market, such as: EMILY KAME (KNGWARREYE), ROVER THOMAS, […]

Storrier’s Starlight sells for $227,045

Tim Storrier’s Starlight and Sparks reached $227,045 on an estimate of $120,000 to $160,000, up from the $120,000 it made at auction with Lawson-Menzies in 2008. In the past year, there have been six similarly sized paintings of Storrier’s blazes at auction. Only three found buyers and of those, the highest price was paid for Summer Burn […]

Knowing Your Art Source

Recently Michael Powe from Anala Art Advisory had the pleasure of being interviewed by Art Edit Magazine about investing in art in Australia. Please click on the link below for access to Michael’s interview. Anala Art Advisory welcomes all feedback and queries relating to Aboriginal works.

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