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FINE ART AUCTION TUESDAY 6 JUNE 2017 MELBOURNE

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AUCTION CATALOGUE VOLUME 10 ISSUE 6

Front Cover Illustration (Detail) 15 MARGARET OLLEY (1923-2011) Cannas 1960 oil on board signed lower left: Olley 90 x 121cm $38,000-48,000 © Reproduced with permission of the Margaret Olley Art Trust

Inside Front Cover Illustration (Detail) 106 JOEL REA (born 1983) Up, Up & Away 2006 oil on canvas 80 x 60cm $7,000-9,000

Inside Back Cover Illustration (Detail) 95 BRETT LETHBRIDGE (born 20th Century) Love Knot with Horse 2005 oil on canvas 120 x 90cm $3,500-4,500

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97 (Detail) PETER ATKINS (born 1963) Figures From the Whalers Washing Shrine 1991 oil on tarpaulin signed, titled, and dated verso dated lower right titled lower left 215 x 205cm PROVENANCE: Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $10,000-15,000

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HIGHLIGHTS

FINE ART AUCTION TUESDAY 6 JUNE 2017 AT 6.30PM MELBOURNE

PREVIEW Melbourne Viewing 333 Malvern Road, South Yarra 31 May 9am-8pm 1 - 2 June 10am-4pm 3 - 5 June 10am-5pm

CONTACT

Sophie Ullin

Olivia Fuller

Emily Sinclair

National Head of Art 03 8825 5609 | 0407 360 513 sophie.ullin@leonardjoel.com.au

Art Specialist 03 8825 5624 olivia.fuller@leonardjoel.com.au

Art Specialist, Sydney 02 9362 9045 emily.sinclair@leonardjoel.com.au

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105 DALE FRANK (born 1959) View from Private Richard Caplick Reserve From the Killkivan Road Turnoff Towards The Northwest 2003 varnish on synthetic polymer paint on canvas signed and dated twice verso 260 x 200cm PROVENANCE: Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney (label attached verso) Private collection, Sydney Deutscher and Hackett, Melbourne, 6 May 2015, lot 10 Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Dale Frank - Views from the Bruce Highway, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 19 March - 12 April 2003 $28,000-38,000 © Dale Frank. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia


Introduction

Hit refresh: the digital transformation of art As we approach the halfway mark of 2017, it is interesting to reflect

While nothing can quite replace the significance of “face-to-face�,

on the evolution of our quarterly Fine Art auctions. From initial client

the digital revolution has certainly influenced the sector. This shift has

consultations to the night of the sale, the increasing presence of new

provided a new generation of collectors with a unique and exciting

technologies is changing the way we interact with one another.

platform to engage with the art market. The digital world has become

No longer the time of transparencies, the process of valuing works

such a constant in our contemporary society that the once conflicting

for auction has undeniably evolved over time. The practice of online

online and onsite experiences have become inexplicably intertwined;

valuations has enabled our Specialist team to immediately connect

one can no longer function without the other.

with potential clients from regional and remote corners of Australia and overseas. Online valuations have provided an accessibility that

So, as we march on to our second auction for 2017, we invite you to

didn’t previously exist for those living outside the metropolitan areas

participate in this creative process. We encourage you to email our

where most auction houses are based. The same can be said for

team with a work to be valued, peruse the online catalogue, view the

research, in that we are now able to value more artworks in a shorter

exhibition in person and Instagram your favourite work, or bid online

timeframe and provide clients with supplementary research from

from the comfort of your own home. The possibilities to connect and

online journals and industry sources.

engage are endless!

Our quarterly Fine Art auctions would not be the same without these

Emily Sinclair

new methodologies. The emergence of real-time online bidding

Sydney Art Specialist

during auctions means that the list of potential buyers is endless, and with a few clicks of a mouse a work can be bought, paid for, and shipped internationally.

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CONTEMPORARY ART

36 EUAN HENG (born 1945) Parrot Pyramid Playground oil on canvas signed on verso 90 x 150cm $4,000-6,000

102 (Opposite Detail) LOUISE HEARMAN (born 1963) Untitled #1312 2008 oil on masonite signed and dated verso 71 x 61cm PROVENANCE: Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney (label verso) Voices of Art Fundraiser Auction Private collection, Adelaide $12,000-15,000

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100 JAN HANDEL (born 20th Century) Self Portrait as Battista Sforza 2007 oil on board signed and dated lower right: HANDEL 07 60 x 44.5cm PROVENANCE: National Trust S. H. Ervin Gallery, New South Wales, 2008 Private Collection, New South Wales EXHIBITIONS: Portia Geach Memorial Award, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 2008 finalist $900-1,200

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96 BRETT LETHBRIDGE (born 20th Century) So Long Sweet Sleep 2005 oil on canvas 122 x 200cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Singapore $5,000-7,000

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30 DEAN BOWEN (born 1957) Aeroplane Boy bronze ed. 2/9 initialled and editioned at base 36 x 96.5 x 13cm $6,000-8,000 Š Dean Bowen. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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107 JOEL REA (born 1983) Birds and Bees 2006 oil on canvas signed lower right: JOEL REA 60 x 60cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Singapore $7,000-9,000

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13 ROGER KEMP (1908-1987) Sequence 1977 acrylic on paper laid on canvas signed lower right: Roger Kemp 145 x 135cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne $11,000-16,000

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32 JON CATTAPAN (born 1956) Locus Vista (Grey to Pink) oil on linen signed and titled verso 140 x 180cm $11,000-16,000

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98 (Opposite) ANNE WALLACE (born 1970) Untitled 1995 oil on canvas 101 x 70cm PROVENANCE: Darren Knight Gallery, Melbourne 1995 (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Anne Wallace, Darren Knight Gallery, Melbourne 11 July - 5 August 1995 $2,000-3,000

166 JON CAMPBELL (born 1962) Self Portrait 1988 synthetic polymer paint and enamel on canvas signed, titled and dated verso: JON CAMPBELL 1988 / ‘Self Portrait’ 100 x 110cm PROVENANCE: Powell Street Gallery, Melbourne, 1989 Private collection, Melbourne Christie’s, Sydney, 1 May 2000, lot 24 Private collection, New South Wales EXHIBITIONS: Roar 2, Self Portait Show, Next Wave Festival, Melbourne, May - June 1990 $3,000-5,000

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114 MICHAEL STANIAK (born 1982) Breaking Engagement 2007 acrylic on canvas signed titled and dated verso: “Breaking Engagement”/ MICHAEL STANIAK 2007 130 x 183cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne $12,000-18,000

162 (Opposite) JON CAMPBELL (born 1962) Driving down to Wye River 2002 enamel paint and marker on canvas signed, titled and dated verso: JON CAMPBELL 2002 / “Driving down to Wye River” / enamel paint / enamel marker / cotton duck / 67.5 x 52 67 x 52cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, New South Wales $1,500-2,500

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29 DAVID BROMLEY (born 1960) Butterflies acrylic and silver leaf on canvas 122 x 122cm $4,000-6,000

156 ALLAN SOMERVILLE (born 1938) Aphelion 1999 cast resin signed, titled and dated at base: “Aphelion” / A. SOMERVILLE 1999 178 x 107cm (including base) PROVENANCE: Private collection, New South Wales $3,500-5,500

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159 ELISE BLUMANN (1897-1990) Nude and Sunflowers 1976 oil on canvas signed lower left: E. M. BLUMANN 91 x 121cm $10,000-15,000

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MID-CENTURY & CLASSICS

26 ROBERT KLIPPEL (1920-2001) Untitled 1949 gouache and ink on paper dated lower right 11/1949 inscribed and signed lower left: “To Mr and Mrs Lewis / In appreciation of your sincere interest in my work / With best wishes / Robert Klippel / Feb 1969” 52 x 37.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Sydney $3,000-4,000 © Robert Klippel. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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164 (Opposite) JOHN HOLMWOOD (New Zealander, 1910-1987) Beachside oil on canvas laid on board 75 x 50cm $1,000-2,000


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216 CHARLES CALLINS (1887-1982) Koala Bears’ Home 1967 oil on board signed and dated lower right: Charles Callins, Brisbane 1967 titled, signed and dated verso 57.5 x 88cm $2,000-3,000

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4 BILL COLEMAN (1922-1993) Street Scene 1974 oil on board signed lower right: Bill Coleman 74 70 x 91cm $8,000-12,000

25 OSWALD HALL (1917-1991) Landscape c. 1958 oil on masonite 60 x 83cm PROVENANCE: Deutscher-Menzies, Melbourne, 28 Nov 2001, lot 189 Private collection, Melbourne $2,000-4,000

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19 JOHN PASSMORE (1914-2004) Bathers oil on wood panel initialled lower right 33 x 50cm $7,000-9,000

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42 WILL ASHTON (1881-1963) Quay D’Orsay, Paris oil on canvasboard signed lower left: Will Ashton 51 x 63cm $4,000-6,000

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152 MARGARET BENOIT (born 1941) In the Garden oil on board signed lower right: Benoit 28 x 43.5cm $2,600-3,600

147 (Opposite) SYBIL CRAIG (1901-1989) Gordonias c. 1946 oil on board signed lower right: Sybil Craig 43.5 x 43.5cm PROVENANCE: Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne 1982 Private collection, Melbourne $1,000-1,500

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[Sybil] specialised in flower studies, depicting her subjects with a boldness, vibrancy and strength that resonates today just as it did more than half a century ago. Her charming study of Gordonias strikes an optimistic note of hope in the future, a positive statement made just months after six long years of wartime austerity. GAVIN FRY

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154 MARGARET BENOIT (born 1941) Picking Grapes oil on board signed lower right: Benoit 32 x 59.5cm $4,000-6,000

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145 CLARICE BECKETT (1887-1935) Picket Fence oil on board certificate from artist’s sister on label verso 18 x 23cm PROVENANCE: Rosalind Humphries Galleries, Melbourne 1972 (label verso) Private collection, Victoria Thence by descent EXHIBITIONS: Homage to Clarice Beckett: Idylls of Melbourne and Beaumaris, Rosalind Humphries Galleries, 12 Nov. - 1 Dec. 1972, cat. no. 67 (copy of original brochure available) $15,000-20,000

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144 CLIFFORD DUDLEY WOOD (1905-1980) Dunkirk Evacuation c.1940 oil on canvasboard signed lower left: C. DUDLEY WOOD 73 x 87cm

143 CLIFFORD DUDLEY WOOD (1905-1980) Sgt. B. Coulter RAAF c. 1940 watercolour signed lower right: C. DUDLEY WOOD 46.5 x 34cm

PROVENANCE: Estate of the Artist EXHIBITIONS: Myer Mural Hall, Melbourne 1943 $5,000-7,000

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44 JOHN LOXTON (1903-1969) Still Life with Purple Flowers oil on canvas 53 x 63cm $1,000-1,500

46 WILLIAM DARGIE (1912-2003) Summer Near Benalla oil on canvas signed lower right: Dargie 55 x 75cm $2,000-4,000

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68 JACK JOHN NOEL KILGOUR (1900-1987) The Good Season 1974 oil on hessian signed lower right: J. Noel Kilgour signed and dated verso 81 x 106cm $2,000-4,000

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52 FREDERICK WOODHOUSE SENIOR (1820-1909) Equine Study 1889 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right: Fred Woodhouse Snr/ 1889 44 x 60cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Sydney $3,500-5,500

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50 J. A. TURNER (1850-1908) (Taking a Rest) 1907 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: J. A . Turner/ 1907 69.5 x 99.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Victoria $20,000-30,000

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139 CHEONG SOO PIENG (Singaporean, 1917-1983) Blue Atmosphere 1966 oil on canvas signed vertically lower left signed, dated, and titled verso: SOO PIENG 1966/ Blue Atmosphere 65 x 100.5cm PROVENANCE: Samat Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $90,000-120,000

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63 ATTRIBUTED TO MARIE MELA MUTER (Polish, 1876-1967) Nude in a Forest oil on board signed lower right: Muter 30 x 39.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Sydney $4,000-6,000

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62 ARBIT BLATAS (Lithuanian, 1908-1999) Flower Seller oil on canvas signed lower left: A. BLATAS 64 x 51cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne Thence by descent $2,000-4,000

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15 MARGARET OLLEY (1923-2011) Cannas 1960 oil on board signed lower left: Olley 90 x 121cm PROVENANCE: Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane The Collection of Joyce Vaughan Christies, Melbourne, 1 May 2000, lot 278 Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Margaret Olley, Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery and Museum, 15 September - 7 October 1990 LITERATURE: France, C., Margaret Olley, Craftsman House, NSW, p. 73 (illus.) “Olley’s freer, more expressive style resulted in the warm sensuality of Cannas 1960. The exuberant orange and reds which fill the canvas give rise to a joie de vivre as does the vase which melts into the painterly table top, while the angled secateurs suggest haste between picking and painting the bouquet compared with their more structured compositional role in later works.” Christine France $38,000-48,000 © Reproduced with permission of the Margaret Olley Art Trust

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A COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ART

182 MIKE WESTON (New Zealander, born 1963) Too Many Cooks 2008 screenprint ed. 5/10 signed, dated, and editioned lower right 117 x 110cm PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist $1,200-1,800

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185 opposite JOHN REYNOLDS (New Zealander, born 1956) The Betrayal II 1989 mixed media on paper signed and dated middle left: REYNOLDS 1989 titled middle right 100 x 65cm PROVENANCE: Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand $2,800-4,800


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184 DION HORSTMANS (New Zealander/Australian, born 1967) Untitled plywood and acrylic 240cm height (irreg.) PROVENANCE: Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne $3,000-5,000

187 (Opposite) JULIAN SCHNABEL (American, born 1951) For Anna Nagani: State I 1983 aquatint in blue and black on wove paper ed. 5/15 signed and dated 180 x 137cm $2,800-3,800 © Julian Schnabel. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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183 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG (American, 1925-2008) Surface Series: From Currents 1970 screenprint ed. 51/100 signed, editioned, and dated lower right: RAUSCHENBERG 51/100 ‘70 88 x 88cm $1,200-1,800 © Robert Rauschenberg. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

188 (Opposite) JULIAN SCHNABEL (American, born 1951) Olatz Lopez 1992 screenprint ed. 95/250 signed and dated lower right: Julian Schnabel 92 editioned lower left 137 x 109cm PROVENANCE: Christies, New York, 5 July 2013, lot 113 $1,800-2,800 © Julian Schnabel. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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ABORIGINAL ART

120 (Opposite) MINNIE PWERLE (1922-2006) Body Paint 2004 acrylic on canvas inscribed verso with cat. no. AGA8005 90 x 123cm PROVENANCE: Aboriginal Galleries of Australia $3,500-5,500

132 LONG TOM TJAPANANGKA (1929-2006) Kutungka and Two Emus acrylic on linen artist name and Ikuntji Arts cat. no. IK96LT1 inscribed verso 91.5 x 101cm $5,000-7,000 © Long Tom Tjapanangka. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

© Minnie Pwerle. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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118 § SALLY GABORI (c.1924-2015) Dibirdibi Country 2011 acrylic on linen artist name, title, and cat. no. 6967-L-SG-0511 inscribed verso Alcaston Gallery stamp and cat. no. AK17053 verso 137 x 121cm 123 (Opposite) EMILY KAME KNGWARREYE (c. 1910-1996) Wild Flower 1995 (Blue) acrylic on board artist name and cat. no. DG 02995 inscribed verso 91 x 61cm $5,000-7,000

PROVENANCE: Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2011 (certificate of authenticity provided from Mornington Island Art) $9,000-12,000 © Sally Gabori. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

© Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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127 NINGURA NAPARRULA (c.1938-2013) Ngami (Women’s Business) 2005 acrylic on canvas cat. no., artist name and “Muk Muk 2005” inscribed verso 140 x 218cm PROVENANCE: Ladmer + Fell, Melbourne 2006 (copy of certificate of authenticity and progress photos provided) Private collection, Melbourne $6,500-7,500 © Ningura Naparrula. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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119 § DOROTHY NAPANGARDI (born c.1956) Mina Mina acrylic on canvas artist name inscribed verso Aboriginart stamp verso with cat. no. DN383/AA 95 x 150cm PROVENANCE: Aboriginart, Perth 2010 (certificate of authenticity provided including a photograph of the artist with the painting) $3,000-4,000 Š Dorothy Napangardi. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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ARTIST INDEX ABBOTT, ANGELA 155 AFTER POLIDORE DE LANCIANO 60 ALBERT, TONY 99 ALMA-TADEMA, LAWRENCE 61 ALTMANN, GRAEME 168 AMORSOLO, FERNANDO 138 ASHTON, WILL 42, 43 ATKINS, PETER 97 ATTRIBUTED TO MARIE MELA MUTER 63 BASTIQUE, JEAN 205 BALIMAN 206 BECKETT, CLARICE 145 BENNETT, RUBERY 66 BENOIT, MARGARET 151, 152, 153, 154, BERNALDO, ALAN T. 65

FRAZER, NEIL FRIEND, DONALD GABORI, SALLY GILL, S.T. GUDIPI, WILLIE GUO, HONGWEI GURDON, NORA HAEFLIGER, PAUL HALL, OSWALD HANDEL, JAN HANHAM, MARK HART, PRO HEARMAN, LOUISE HENG, EUAN HOLMWOOD, JOHN

BILJABU, JAKAYU 196 BLACKMAN, CHARLES 213, 214 BLATAS, ARBIT 62 BLUMANN, ELISE 159 BOISSEVAIN, WILLIAM 77 BOWEN, DEAN 30 BOYD, DAVID 1, 74, 76, 78, 207 BOYD SENIOR, ARTHUR MERRIC 45 BRAMLEY-MOORE, MOYSTYN 167, 175 BROMLEY, DAVID 29, 35, 173, 217 CALLINS, CHARLES 215, 216 CAMPBELL, JON 27, 162, 166 CAMPBELL, COILEY 197 CAMPBELL, NOLA 198 CATTAPAN, JON 32 CHEONG, SOO PIENG 139 CHURCHER, PETER 89 CLARKE, PETER 165 COBURN, JOHN 3 COLEMAN, BILL 4 COOK JUNIOR, WILLIAM DELAFIELD 40 CORRODI, HERMAN 57 CRAIG, SYBIL 147 CUTHBERTSON, ARCH 24A DANCIGER, ALICE 24 DARGIE, WILLIAM 46 DAWES, DEBRA 115 DENT, AILEEN 146 DICKERSON, ROBERT 2, 11, 209, 212 DOWLING, JULIE 87 DRYSDALE, RUSSELL 67, 80 EAGER, WAYNE 28 EARLES, BRUCE 172, 174 EDWARDS, MCLEAN 39, 101 EICHOLTZ, WILLIAM 98A EUROPEAN SCHOOL 58 FIRTH-SMITH, JOHN 209A FOLETTA, LOUISE 222 FORD, JUAN 178 FOX, BELINDA 179 FRANK, DALE 105 FRANKLIN, MICHAEL 169 FRATER, WILLIAM 20

HOOD, CHERRY HORSTMANS, DION IRVING, TONY JACK, KENNETH JIANAN, WANG JOHNSON, KEN JOHNSON, MICHAEL JOHNSON, CHRISTINE JUNIPER, ROBERT KEMARRE, JOSIE PETRICK KEMERRE, ABIE LOY KEMP, ROGER KILGOUR, JOHN JACK NOEL KLIPPEL, ROBERT KMIT, MICHAEL KNGWARREYE, EMILY KAME LACY, GEORGE LAWLOR, ADRIAN LEEUWIN-CLARK, CLARE LETHBRIDGE, BRETT LIANG, ROSEMARY LLOYD, NORMAN LONG, LEONARD LOXTON, JOHN LYMBURNER, FRANCIS MADIGAN, ROSEMARY MAKIN, JEFFREY MARKS, ELIZABETH MARRINON, LINDA MCINNES, VIOLET MEADMORE, CLEMENT MEILERTS, LUDMILLA MITCHEL, JENNI MORA, MIRKA MORRIS, NICK MUHLER, B. NAMATJIRA, ALBERT NANGALA, NARPUTTA NAPANANGKA, WALANGKURA NAPANGARDI, DOROTHY NAPANGARDI, LILY KELLY NAPARRULA, NINGURA NASMYTH, PATRICK

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112 6, 82 118 54 133 18 47 21 25 100 92, 218 9, 75,79, 208 102, 103 36 164 110 184 149 70 135, 136 33 37 220 8 125 116, 117 13 68 26 81 121, 122, 123, 124 53 140 176 95, 96 113 16, 17 64 44 150 14 93 201 177 41 104 22, 23 69 85, 86 111 55 71 134 189 119 200 126, 127 56

NEAL, RON NEWBERRY, JORNA NOLAN, SIDNEY NORRIE, SUSAN OKA, TJOKORDA OLLEY, MARGARET PAREROULTJA, OTTO PASSMORE, JOHN PATSY, ANGUBURRA PECK, JOY PEKEL, HERMAN PETYARRE, GLORIA TAMERRE POWELL, ARTHUR TED POWER, HAROLD SEPTIMUS PRICE, JANE R.

90, 91, 157, 158 193 5, 12, 210, 211 101A 137 15 72 19 190 221 34 191 31 48 18

PWERLE, MINNIE 120, 192 RANKIN, DAVID 84 RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT 183 REA, JOEL 106, 107, 108 REES, LLOYD 10 REYNOLDS, JOHN 185 ROBINSON, WILLIAM 160 ROWAN, ELLIS 45A RUDDY, CRAIG 38 RYAN, PAUL 163 SAWREY, HUGH 73, 79A SCHALLER, MARK 171 SCHATTNER, GILLIE & MARC 109 SCHELTEMA, J.H. 49 SCHNABEL, JULIAN 187, 188 SCHOOL OF CASPAR NETCHER 59 SEEHUSEN, WALTER 51 SHARPE, WENDY 88, 219 SOMERVILLE, ALLAN 156 STANIAK, MICHAEL 114 STEVENS, EILEEN YARITJA 199 THOMPSON, FAITH 202 TJAPALTJARRI, WALALA 204 TJAPANGATI, TIMMY 203 TJUNGURRAYI, WILLY 128, 129 TJUNGURRAYI, GEORGE 130 TJAPANANGKA, LONG TOM 131, 132 TUCKER, ALBERT 7, 8A TURNER, J.A. 50 VU, TRINH 180 WAGNER, LUKE 170 WALKER, THORNTON 94 WALLACE, ANNE 98 WARREN, ALAN 161 WATSON, JUDY 194 WEIR, BARBARA 195 WESTON, MIKE 182 WILSON, DORA 148 WOOD, CLIFFORD DUDLEY 141,142, 143, 144 WOODHOUSE SENIOR, FREDERICK 52 WOODWARD, MARGARET 83


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Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 (PMCH Act). Buyers should be aware of the PMCH Act which protects Australia’s heritage of movable cultural objects and supports foreign countries’ right to protect their heritage of movable cultural objects. The PMCH Act regulates the export of nationally significant heritage objects, it is not intended to restrict normal and legitimate trade in cultural property, and does not affect an individual’s right to own or sell objects, within Australia. The PMCH Act was enacted in response to the 1970 UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the export of any lots purchased are not subject to, or in breach of, this Act.

Exporting Significant Australian Cultural Heritage The export of Australia’s significant cultural heritage is regulated under the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 (PMCH Act.) It is not intended to restrict normal and legitimate trade in cultural property and does not affect an individual’s right to own or sell within Australia. The PMCH Act implements a system of export permits for certain heritage objects defined as ‘Australian protected objects’. More information is available on the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts’ website: http://www.arts.gov.au/movable_heritage Enquiries can be made to the Cultural Property Section at the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, phone 02 6274 1810 or email movable.heritage@environment.gov.au CITES Regulations It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to comply with all export and import regulations relating to your purchases and also to obtain any relevant export and/or import licences. The refusal of any import or export licences, any delay in obtaining such licences or any limitation on your ability to export a lot shall not permit the cancellation of the sale. Please note that all lots marked with the symbol * are subject to CITES regulations when exporting these items outside of Australia. Information about these regulations may be found at www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/trade-use/cites/index. html or may be requested from: The Director International Wildlife Trade Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities GPO Box 787 CANBERRA ACT 2601 Recommended carrier for this auction International Art Services 03-9329 6262 Melbourne to Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast (and stops in between). TRANSART- Specialist Art Transporters Local Melbourne Please contact Matt or Ben Foster for a competitive quote. P: 0417 103 494 E: info@transartaustralia.com W: www.transartaustralia.com Collection and Storage: All lots must be collected by 4pm on Thursday 8th June 2017. All uncollected items will be removed to third party storage at the purchaser’s expense.

Information about the PMCH Act, the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Regulations 1987 and the 1970 UNESCO Convention, can be found on the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts website at: http://www.environment.gov.au/heritage/movable/index.html

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Sale Room MELBOURNE 333 Malvern Road, South Yarra, Melbourne VIC 3141 Telephone: (03) 9826 4333 Facsimile: (03) 9826 4544 Interstate: 1800 264 333 SYDNEY 39 Queen Street, Woollahra, Sydney NSW 2025 Telephone: (02) 9362 9045 Facsimile: (03) 9826 4544 Interstate: 1800 264 333 web: www.leonardjoel.com.au email: info@leonardjoel.com.au e-mail all lower case firstname.surname@leonardjoel.com.au MANAGING DIRECTOR & NATIONAL HEAD OF COLLECTIONS John Albrecht BA LLB MBA

LUXURY Bethany McGougan, BA Hons, MSc, Manager, Jewellery & Luxury CLASSIC FURNITURE & OBJECTS Chiara Curcio BA, Associate Head of Classic Furniture & Objects Trevor Fleming, BA (Asian Studies), M.Mgmt (Arts), Specialist, Japanese Art COLLECTABLES Allison Therrien, Collectables Manager & Specialist Administrator INTERIORS & FURNITURE Ryan Parle BA, Manager Jack McIlroy, Assistant Edwin Fox, Assistant MODERN DESIGN Anna Grassham BA Contemporary Arts, Specialist OBJECTS, BOOKS & COLLECTABLES Maxine Winning, Manager Elise Landry, Assistant

Leonard Joel Specialists

VALUATIONS Caroline Tickner, BA Hons, F.G.A.A., Head of Valuations

SYDNEY Robert Williams, National Head of Single-Owner Collections & Sydney Office Emily Sinclair, Art Specialist Tim Nicol, Front of House Administrator

ACCOUNTS Marie McCarthy, Chief Financial Officer Michelle Draper, Account Manager

ART Sophie Ullin BA Hons, National Head of Art Olivia Fuller BArtTh, Art Specialist Maggie Skelton BA, Art Specialist Lucy Foster EMA, Art Specialist Emily Sinclair, Art Specialist Daizi Zheng, Administrator

FRONT OFFICE Kim Clarke, Front of House Manager Amelia Lewis, Receptionist Phoebe Ellis, Receptionist Keryn Gilchrist, Database OPERATIONS & LOGISTICS Anthony Riepsamen, Manager

ABORIGINAL ART Sophie Ullin BA Hons, National Head of Art

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Katarina Ljahovic, Manager

JEWELLERY John D’Agata F.G.A.A., National Head of Jewellery Robert Haigh F.G.A.A. Dip DT., Senior Jewellery Specialist and Resident Gemmologist and Diamond Technologist Bethany McGougan, BA Hons, MSc, Manager, Jewellery & Luxury Ophelia Lai, Jewellery Assistant Kerry Dobson, Administrator Mary Kenny BA, Dip. Ed., Consultant Henrietta Maiyah, Consultant

PHOTOGRAPHY Adam Obradovic, Senior Photographer Joseph Hammond, Photographer Andrew Burns, Sydney Photographer

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