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A2 Art Auction

A2 Art Auction

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  • Tue 29 May ’12, 6:00pm – 9:30pm


Webbs Auction House & Gallery, 18 Manukau Rd, Newmarket


All Ages



A2 Art Auction

View the catalogue online at www.webbs.co.nz

Webb's A2 Art auction is a quality offering of artworks that hold values of up to $20,000. Consisting of over 250 affordable and smaller-format works by in-demand artists, this sale will include works by contemporary practitioners such as Peter Robinson, Andrew McLeod, Julian Dashper, Peter Stichbury, Fiona Pardington, Bill Hammond, Shane Cotton, Tony de Latour, Seraphine Pick, et al., Julian Hooper, Jason Greig, Gavin Hurley, Marie Shannon and Michael Stevenson. Also represented will be New Zealand modernists such as Colin McCahon, Ralph Hotere, Tony Fomison, Don Binney, Michael Smither, Allen Maddox, John Weeks, Louise Henderson, Bill Sutton, Patricia France and Peter McIntyre. As well as these, a comprehensive selection of historical and European artworks will be presented.

George Woods | A collection of works from the estate of the artist
This sale will commence at 6pm with the offering of 38 artworks by New Zealand modernist George Woods, which are to be released by the artist’s family. George Woods is best known for his graphic, stylised images and is most readily contextualised alongside contemporaries Russell Clark (1905 – 1966) and E. Mervyn Taylor (1906 –1964). His works are rarely available and, for this reason, this offering will present the public and institutions alike with an unprecedented opportunity.

Evening Preview | Thur 24 May 2012, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
This Thursday Webb's will be holding and Evening Preview for the May suite of sales including; A2 Art, the George Woods collection and Interiors: Antiques & Decorative Arts.

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