Lot 26
Francisco PiranenesiI (talian)
(Roman Shields) x 2 1770
Engraving
51 x 37cm (plate) 91 xx 71cm (Fr)
Engraved by Franisco Piranesi. Published 1770 Crisp editions (2)
Condition Good
Estimate $200 - $400

Lot 26

Lot 27
Charles Blackman (1928 -)
Alice Thru the Looking Glass
Coloured Lithograph
53 x 73cm (sight) 85 x 105cm (Fr)
Signed lower right Inscibed ' 38 / 65'
Condition Excellent
Estimate $1,500 - $2,500

Lot 28
David Bromley (1960 - )
(Boat)
Acrylic on board
57 x 87cm (sight) 85 x 113cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $5,000 - $7,000

SOLD

Lot 29
Jenny Topfer
In the Winter Dark 2007
Oil on canvas
61 x 61cm
Signed verso
Condition Excellent
Exhibited Handmark Gallery, Hobart
Estimate $750 - $1,000

SOLD

Lot 30

Lot 31
Mabel Hookey (1871 - 1953)
(Cottage with Wisteria) c. 1940
Oil on artists board
43 x 33cm
Unsigned
Condition Excellent
Gift by artist to Stanfields on marriage
Estimate $300 - $400

Catalogue Details

Tasmanian artist, studied at H.Fullwood, Sydney. Active Tasmanian Art Society. Society of Women Artists, Sydney, and in Paris in 1928 at the Old Salon in company with 2 other Tasmanian painters, Isabel Oldham and Joseph Connor.

SOLD

Lot 32
Richard Bacon (1931 - 1914)
Charlottes Cove 1996
Oil on canvas
70 x 100cm (board) 90 x 121cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $3,000 - $4,000

Lot 33
Leslie Kingsley (1956- )
The Vision c. 1988
Watercolour
31.5 x 47.5cm (sight) 76 x 59cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $3,000 - $4,000

Catalogue Details

Tasmanian artist, studied school of Art, Hobart 1975-78. Domicile: Tasmania and UK

Collections:
Collection of H.M. The Sultan and Yang Di - Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
Australian and International Collections.

Lot 34
Leslie Kingsley (1956- )
The Great Harvest c. 1988
Watercolour
47.5 x 65cm (sight)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $3,000 - $4,000

Catalogue Details

Tasmanian artist, studied school of Art, Hobart 1975-78. Domicile: Tasmania and UK

Collections:
Collection of H.M. The Sultan and Yang Di - Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
Australian and International Collections.

Lot 35
Leslie Kingsley (1956- )
Awakening c. 1988
Watercolour
54 x 74cm (sight)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $3,500 - $4,500

Catalogue Details

Tasmanian artist, studied school of Art, Hobart 1975-78. Domicile: Tasmania and UK

Collections:
Collection of H.M. The Sultan and Yang Di - Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
Australian and International Collections.

Lot 36
Pro Hart (1928 - 2006)
Lake Scene with Birds
Acrylic on board
60 x 45cm (board) 79 x 63cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $3,000 - $5,000

SOLD

Lot 37
Michael McWilliams (1956- )
(Moonlit Cows) 2000
Oil on board
70 x 95cm (sight) 81 x 106cm (Fr)
Signed lower left
Condition Excellent
Estimate $25,000 - $35,000

Catalogue Details

Well known Tasmanian based artist who brings humour and light hearted comments to highlight issues of animal rights and forestry. Primarily a landscape painter, Michael won the Glover Prize in 2004, Glover Prize People’s Choice Award in 2011 and 2012, and the Waterhouse Art Prize in 2005, and was a Finalist in the 2016 Sulman Prize. Recent Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne shows sold out.

SOLD

Lot 38
Stephen Lees (1954 - )
Double Island Point, Qld 2005
Oil on linen
46 x 55cm (stretcher) 70 x 79cm (Fr)
Signed lower left
Condition Excellent
Estimate $4,000 - $5,000

Lot 39
Stephen Lees (1954 - )
(Still Life - Limes & Mandarine) 2005
Oil on board
21 x 25.5cm (board) 41 x 46cm (Fr)
Signed lower center
Condition Excellent
Estimate $1,500 - $2,000

Lot 40
Michael McWilliams (1956- )
Resting Place, Thylacine 2001
Acrylic on paper
22 x 32cm (sight) 55 x 64cm (Fr)
Signed lower right, Lauraine Diggins Fine Art label verso '210581'
Condition Excellent
Exhibited Lauraine Diggins, Melb
Estimate $5,000 - $7,000

Catalogue Details

Well known Tasmanian based artist who brings humour and light hearted comments to highlight issues of animal rights and forestry. Primarily a landscape painter, Michael won the Glover Prize in 2004, Glover Prize People’s Choice Award in 2011 and 2012, and the Waterhouse Art Prize in 2005, and was a Finalist in the 2016 Sulman Prize. Recent Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne shows sold out.

SOLD

Lot 41
Michael McWilliams (1956- )
(B/W Landscape) 1995
Oil on paper
41 x 26cm (sight) 61 x 45cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $4,000 - $5,000

Catalogue Details

Well known Tasmanian based artist who brings humour and light hearted comments to highlight issues of animal rights and forestry. Primarily a landscape painter, Michael won the Glover Prize in 2004, Glover Prize People’s Choice Award in 2011 and 2012, and the Waterhouse Art Prize in 2005, and was a Finalist in the 2016 Sulman Prize. Recent Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne shows sold out.

SOLD

Lot 42
Stanley Frederick De Teliga (1924 - 1998)
(Man Asleep on Bed)
Oil on board
44.1 x 61cm
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $900 - $1,100

SOLD

Lot 43
Jack Carington Smith (1908 - 1972)
(Nude, Study for Mural)
Pencil
Insribed verso 'No 525/ Verified by the Estate by Ruth Carington Smith & George Davis 21 December, 1980'
Condition Good
Estimate $100 - $150

Lot 44
George Davis (1930 - )
Norma Pass
Oil on board
60 x 44cm
Signed & inscribed title upper left, inscibed again verso and Cat no 3
Condition Excellent
Exhibited TMAG 1986 Cat no 3
Estimate $3,000 - $5,000

SOLD

Catalogue Details

Studies Hobart Technical College with Carington Smith, Royal Art school, London 1952-54. Known largely for his portraits, notably 10 composers, commissioned by the Theatre Royal. Exhibited Whitechapel, London 1961 and numerous national awards including McCaughey Memorial Prize aGV, Perth Prize Drawing and Freemantle Drawing Prize. TMAG has held four exhibitions of his works 1978, 1985, 1986 and 2015.

Lot 45
Jack Carington Smith (1908 - 1972)
Nude study c. 1972
Charcoal & white conte on paper
40 x 31cm (sight) 64 x 52cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $400 - $600

Lot 46
Louis Kahan OA (1905 Vienna, arr Aust via USA 1974
Seated Nude
Pencil on paper
35 x 26cm (sight) 58 x 47cm (Fr)
Signed lower right, inscribed title lower left
Condition Excellent
Exhibited Salamanca Collection, Hobart 1997
Estimate $1,000 - $1,500

Lot 47
Thea Proctor (1879 - 1966)
(Nude study) x 2 1962
Pencil on paper
29 x 36cm (sight) 68 x 49cm
Signed & dated lower right, double sided framed works
Condition Good
Estimate $1,200 - $1,500

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Lot 47

Lot 48
George Davis (1930 - )
Head Study c. 1959
Oil on board
Signed with initials lower left
Condition Excellent
Exhibited TMAG 1988 Cat no 39
Estimate $1,500 - $2,000

Catalogue Details

Studies Hobart Technical College with Carington Smith, Royal Art school, London 1952-54. Known largely for his portraits, notably 10 composers, commissioned by the Theatre Royal. Exhibited Whitechapel, London 1961 and numerous national awards including McCaughey Memorial Prize aGV, Perth Prize Drawing and Freemantle Drawing Prize. TMAG has held four exhibitions of his works 1978, 1985, 1986 and 2015.

Lot 49
Stephen Lees (1954 - )
Clifton Morning 1996
Oil on linen
92 x 102cm (stretcher) 114 x 123cm (Fr)
Signed lower left, inscribed title verso
Condition Excellent
Estimate $8,000 - 10,000

Lot 50
Geoff Dyer (1947-)
(Landsccape) I early 1980
Watercolour
73 x 54cm (sight) 98 x 76cm (Fr)
Signed lower right
Condition Excellent
Estimate $1,000 - $1,600

Catalogue Details

One of Tasmania’s most prominent landscape painter, Geoff Dyer is best known for having won the Archibald with his portrait of Tasmanian environmentalist and writer, Richard Flanagan. Geoff Dyer’s expressive landscapes reflect Tasmanian and Australian scenes. Geoff Dyer has exhibited throughout Australian and internationally for the last 30 years, major shows including China and New York. Geoff Dyer describes the inspiration behind his work including ‘Turner, the genius of light, whose paintings dissolve into vapor and shadowy forms and, ultimately, anticipate a new language of art, that of the abstractionists of the 20th century.

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