Australian Colonial Art and Antiques Sent to Auction in Tasmania

Australian Colonial Art and Antiques Sent to Auction in Tasmania
Lot Number:14 Louis Buvelot 14A Landscape with figure on a path oil on canvas 50 x 70 cm $18,000-24,000
(Courtesy Mossgreen Auctions)

On Sunday 15 April, Australian auction house Mossgreen will hold an auction of Australian and International art and antiques with an emphasis on colonial works of art at one of Tasmania's finest National Trust properties, Clarendon House, close to the charming village of Evandale.

A percentage of funds from this auction will be donated by Mossgreen Auctions to the National Trust Tasmania to assist with the upkeep of the many historic houses in Tasmania.

 

The auction, comprising over 400 lots, will be on view Friday 13 and Saturday 14 April from 11-5pm and on the day of the auction Sunday 15 April, from 10-1pm.

Highlights include:

Lot Number:4
A rare and fine cedar drum work table, Australian, circa 1835
$15,000-20,000

Lot Number:5
A rare Australian seaweed pattern oval plate from the Fereday service, Circa 1825
$3,500-4,500

Lot Number:14
John Glover
View of Chester
Watercolour over pencil heightened with gum Arabic
40.5 x 60.5 cm
$12,000-18,000

Lot Number:14
Louis Buvelot
14A Landscape with figure on a path
oil on canvas
50 x 70 cm
$18,000-24,000

The full catalogue can be viewed here:

http://www.mossgreen.com.au/auctions/current.asp?idExhibition=1208844

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