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FINE ART AUCTION TUESDAY 20 MARCH 2018, MELBOURNE

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AUCTION CATALOGUE VOLUME 11 ISSUE 4

Front Cover Detail 94 ROBERT JACKS (1943-2014) Aztec Logo 1987 oil on linen 121.5 x 152cm $12,000 - 15,000 © Robert Jacks. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

Inside Cover Detail 38 QUEENIE MCKENZIE (1915-1998) Winnama Springs 1995 natural earth pigments on canvas 85 x 127cm $11,000 - 15,000

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84 RONALD LAMBERT (1923-1995) Moonlight c.1992 oil on canvas signed, titled, and possibly dated verso 101 x 76cm $1,200-2,000

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HIGHLIGHTS

FINE ART AUCTION TUESDAY 20 MARCH 2018 AT 6.30PM, MELBOURNE

PREVIEW Sydney Highlights Viewing 39 Queen Street, Woollahra 1 - 3 March 10am-4pm

Melbourne Viewing 333 Malvern Road, South Yarra 14 March 9am-8pm 17 - 19 March 10am-4pm

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CONTEMPORARY

191 MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO (Colombian, born 1963) Woven Water, Submarine, Landscape 2003 preserved white starfish, metal 60 x 80cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Sydney $7,000-9,000 © Maria Fernanda Cardoso. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

88 (Opposite) DAVID LARWILL (1956-2011) Clowns 2006 oil on linen signed and dated lower right: D. R. /’06 inscribed verso with artist’s name, title and date 152.5 x 122cm PROVENANCE: Gould Galleries, Melbourne c. 2006 (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne LITERATURE: “In later paintings, Larwill discovers a looser painting style that echoes early works from the eighties. Here, figures, letters and motifs float upon a white background. Painted after the birth of his first child, the work evokes the hectic life of parenthood and is in keeping with the very personal narratives of the artist’s work “ - Ken McGregor © The Estate of David Larwill. Courtesy of Fiona Larwill and Sotheby’s Australia

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Larwill’s artistic experience is direct, it is an autobiographical visual diary of socio-political attitudes and the viewer is obliged to respond spontaneously to the core truth of each work. KEN MCGREGOR

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FOCUS ON: PETER BOOTH

25 PETER BOOTH (born 1940) Drawing (Landscape with Moon) 1987 watercolour and ink on paper signed and inscribed verso: Landscape / with moon. / Peter Booth 65 x 102.5cm PROVENANCE: The Artist CDS Gallery, New York

EXHIBITIONS: The Age of Drawing: An International Scene, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 150, 11 September - 31 October 1998 20th Century Master Drawings, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 170, 14 September 14 October 2002 Peter Booth: The Nature Of Nature, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 174, January - February 2004 $4,000-6,000 © Peter Booth. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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Later in the 1980s new, less menacing, but no less bleak, landscapes appeared. Dark, cold, seascapes with endless waves and no sign of land, or rocky shores pounded by an unforgiving surf, empty wintry forest scenes and desolate cityscapes featuring ruined and burning buildings, sometimes just a few bricks, to indicate the past presence of man, are common. Snow frequently falls or blankets these landscapes, sometimes a phosphorescent sun sinks, or rises, and a portentous comet falls to earth. These are landscapes full of bleak symbolism. Undoubtedly apt for the belligerent beginning of the 21st century. AUSTRALIAN ART COLLECTOR, ISSUE 26, 2003

1 of 3 24 PETER BOOTH (born 1940) i) N.Y.C 1984 ii) N.Y.C 1984 iii) New York 1984 ink on paper (3) each signed, dated and inscribed with title verso 15 x 19.5cm each

PROVENANCE: The Artist CDS Gallery, New York EXHIBITIONS: The Australians, Three Generations of Drawings, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 28, 24 September - 20 October 1984 $2,400-3,400 Š Peter Booth. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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20 PETER BOOTH (born 1940) Drawing (Landscape with Sphere) 1984 pastel on paper signed and dated verso: BOOTH/1984 18 x 26cm PROVENANCE: The Artist CDS Gallery, New York EXHIBITIONS: The Age of Drawing: An International Scene, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 150, 11 September - 31 October 1998 20th Century Master Drawings, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 170, 14 September 14 October 2002 Peter Booth: The Nature Of Nature, CDS Gallery, New York, Exhibition 174, January - February 2004 $1,800-2,600 © Peter Booth. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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16 PETER CHURCHER (born 1964) Pig 2004 oil on canvas signed lower right: Churcher titled verso 42 x 52cm PROVENANCE: Philip Bacon Galleries, Queensland (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $1,000-1,500

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189 PATRICIA PICCININI (born 1965) Protein Lattice 1997 c-type photograph ed. 4/6 signed and dated lower right: Patricia Piccinini 1997 editioned lower left 80 x 80cm $4,000-6,000

19 (Opposite) GARETH SANSOM (born 1939) Latex and Cocktails 2000 oil on canvas signed, titled and dated verso: Gareth Sansom Latex + Cocktails 2000 175 x 144cm $9,000-12,000 © Gareth Sansom. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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185 (Detail Illustrated Previous Page) GRAHAM FRANSELLA (born 1950) Figure on White Plaster 2004 oil on canvas titled, signed and dated verso: Figure on / White plaster / Fransella / -’04, inscribed to stretcher verso AX110443 142 x 152.5cm

88A KATHERINE HATTAM (born 1950) Decorative Landscape, Lorne gouache on paper signed lower right: K. HATTAM 75 x 114cm (overall) $1,000-2,000 © Katherine Hattam. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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PROVENANCE: Mossgreen Auctions, Melbourne, 30 August 2016, lot 102 Private collection, Queensland EXHIBITIONS: Grahame Galleries, Brisbane, 10 March - 4 April, 2004 $6,000-9,000


87 JAN SENBERGS (born 1939) Aireys Inlet 1992 charcoal on paper signed and dated lower right: J. Senbergs- ‘92 titled lower left 51 x 70cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne $1,500-2,000 © Jan Senbergs. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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‘I think my work has always been minimal and abstract because when I was being taught in sculpture, it was expressed in abstract terms. Form in space, mass and volume - that sort of thing. Painting, for me, is an extension of sculptural ideas.’ ROBERT JACKS

94 ROBERT JACKS (1943-2014) Aztec Logo 1987 oil on linen signed, titled, and dated verso: Jacks/ 1987/ Aztec Logo 121.5 x 152cm PROVENANCE: The Estate of the Artist EXHIBITIONS: Australian Galleries, Melbourne cat. no. 3842 (label verso) LITERATURE: McGregor, K., Robert Jacks: past unfolded. A conversation between the artist and author, between Nov 1998 - August 2000. $12,000-18,000 © Robert Jacks. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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MODERN CLASSICS

49 KENNETH JACK (1924-2006) Malmsbury 1967 oil on board signed and dated lower left: KENNETH JACK/1967 89.5 x 120cm PROVENANCE: Australian Galleries, Melbourne, 1969 Private collection, Victoria Thence by descent $7,000-9,000 © Kenneth Jack. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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14 TIM STORRIER (born 1949) Saddle 1982 mixed media and watercolour on paper laid on board signed and dated lower left: Storrier 82 stamped lower right 83 x 83.5cm $20,000-30,000

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15 TIM STORRIER (born 1949) Shot mixed media, found objects and watercolour on paper titled, signed and dated lower right Shot / Storrier / 1978 51 x 131cm PROVENANCE: Art Galleries Schubert, Queensland (label verso) $12,000-18,000

10 (Opposite Detail) TOM GLEGHORN (born 1925) Flood Plain Kakadu 1987 oil on canvas signed lower right: Gleghorn signed, dated and titled verso 214 x 152cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Queensland $5,000-7,000

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11 BRYAN WESTWOOD (1930-2000) Jindabyne Landscape oil on board initialled lower right: BW 52.5 x 56.5cm PROVENANCE: Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney cat. no. 2951C (label verso) Kozminsky, Melbourne (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $2,000-3,000 © Bryan Westwood. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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283 GRAEME ROCHE (1944-1995) Mother and Child, Africa 1973 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right: Roche / 73 102 x 75cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Sydney $6,000-8,000

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PRIVATE COLLECTION Jane Price was an advocate of painting plein air, and painted with the artists of the Heidelberg School. She produced small ‘impressionist’ works in oils, with a particular interest in capturing the mood of a landscape at moonlight or early sunlight with high horizon lines as inspired by the ‘Naturalists’.

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64 ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN SUTHERLAND (1902-1978) Study for Seated Nude pencil and oil on canvasboard unsigned 40 x 37cm 51 (Opposite) JANE R. PRICE (1860-1948) Horizon oil on canvasboard signed lower left: J.R.Price 15 x 11.5cm $1,500-2,500

PROVENANCE: The Estate of Jean Sutherland $900-1,200

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56 WILLIAM FORD (c.1820-1886) Mount Martha 1875 oil on board signed and dated lower right: W. Ford/ 1875 12.5 x 18cm $3,000-5,000

55 JOHN LONGSTAFF (1862-1941) Seascape 1891 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right: J. Longstaff 1891 inscribed lower left: “To my friend Gregson” 29.5 x 38.5cm $2,800-3,800

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59 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES BRYANT (1883-1937) Evening Raboul oil on canvasboard unsigned artist name and title inscribed verso 19 x 24cm PROVENANCE: Possibly Leonard Joel, Melbourne, March 1938 (inscribed verso) $2,000-3,000

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63 JOHN SAMUEL WATKINS (1866-1942) The Spanish Scarf 1923 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: J. S. Watkins /23 titled verso 46 x 25cm PROVENANCE: Leonard Joel, Melbourne, 8 April 1987, lot 581 $1,500-2,500

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66 VIOLET TEAGUE (1872-1951) Rocky Landscape oil on board in original John Thallon frame signed lower right: V. Teague 29.5 x 37cm $1,500-2,500

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62 FRANCOIS GALL (French, 1912-1987) Autumn Landscape 1943 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: F. Gall/ 1943 38.5 x 48.5cm $1,200-1,800

58 (Detail Opposite ) ATTRIBUTED TO EMANUEL PHILLIPS FOX (1865-1915) Autumn Leaves oil on canvas unsigned accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Lionel Fox 54 x 33cm $20,000-30,000

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MODERN 78 DANILA VASSILIEFF (1897-1958) Untitled Figure c.1952 oil on canvas signed lower right: Vassilieff 100 x 67cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Queensland $18,000-26,000

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By the late 1940’s, encouraged by his new wife Elizabeth, Vassilieff was beginning to turn his attention to sculpture. Vassilieff ’s use of simple shapes, geometric features, and abstract surface patterns in this work are reminiscent of the primitive folk carvings he was studying, and also the sculptural carvings he was producing. The paintings and watercolours he produced alongside these sculptures also demonstrate this shift.

79 DANILA VASSILIEFF (1897-1958) Family Portrait c.1950s oil on canvas signed lower left: Vassilieff 99 x 60cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Queensland $15,000-20,000

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4 ARTHUR BOYD (1920-1999) Dromana c.1940 oil on canvas on board signed lower left: Arthur M Boyd 28.5 x 38.5cm PROVENANCE: Hawthorn Galleries, Melbourne, cat no.1133 (label verso) The Collection of Sir Frank Richardson The Collection of Lady Richardson Thence by descent $12,000-18,000 © Arthur Boyd. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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83 DOROTHY BRAUND (1926-2013) Fun Run 1986 oil on board signed and dated lower right: BRAUND ‘86 60.5 x 91.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Castlemaine Art Gallery, Victoria, Nov 2006 - Jan 2007 Hamilton Art Gallery, Victoria, May - July 2007 $7,000-9,000


77 HORACE BRODZKY (1885-1969) The Parting 1963 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: HORACE BRODZKY-63 50 x 60.5cm PROVENANCE: Fieldbourne Galleries, London (label verso) The Collection of Joseph Brown Christies, Melbourne, 28 April 1976, lot 119 Private collection, Melbourne $4,000-6,000

126 BOXER MILNER TJAMPITJIN (c.1934-2008) Wanayarra (Rainbow Snake) Travels at Sturt Creek 1992 acrylic on canvas inscribed verso with artist’s name and Warlayirti Artists cat no.79/92 120 x 60cm PROVENANCE: Sotheby’s, 28 November 1995, lot 651 $4,000-6,000 © Boxer Milner Tjampitjin. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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127 NITA KUNIYANGKA (c.1932-2003) Untitled 1990 acrylic on canvas inscribed verso with artist’s name and Warlayirti Artists cat no.321/90 120 x 60cm $2,500-3,500 © Nita Kuniyangka. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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99 NANCY NANINURRA NAPANANGKA (born c.1936) Tjunti (Near Lappi Lappi) 1998 acrylic on linen inscribed verso with artist’s name and Warlayirti Artists cat no.326/98 92 x 61cm $ 1,400-2,200

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98 DOMINIC MARTIN TJUPURRULA (born c.1938) Artist’s Country 1991 acrylic on canvas inscribed verso with artist’s name and Warlayirti Artists cat no.553/91 100 x 50.5cm $1,600-2,400 © Dominic Martin Tjupurrula. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

119 (Opposite) DOMINIC MARTIN TJUPURRULA (born c.1938) Untitled 1989 acrylic on canvas inscribed verso with artist’s name and Warlayirti Artists cat no.136/89 122 x 91cm $2,500-3,500 © Dominic Martin Tjupurrula. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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INTERNATIONAL 154 VITTORIO REGGIANINI (Italian, 1858-1938) Goodnight oil on canvas signed lower right: V.Reggianini 94 x 140cm PROVENANCE: Alfredo Candida & Co. Florence Brastow Hughes, Glenck 1917 Megaw & Hogg, Adelaide, 28 April 1993, lot 200 Private collection, South Australia $30,000-50,000

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150 WILHELM WACHTEL (Polish, 1875-1942) Émigrés 1916 oil on canvas laid on board signed and dated lower right: WILH. WACHTEL/1916 70.5 x 56cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne $6,000-8,000

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155 (Opposite) HUGO KAUFFMANN (German, 1844-1915) Winding the Clock 1893 oil on board signed and dated lower right: Hugo Kauffmann/93 22.5 x14cm PROVENANCE: Leonard Joel, Melbourne, 9 April 1997, lot 167 Private collection, Melbourne $4,000-6,000


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220 TINUS DE JONG (South African, 1885-1942) Untitled (Landscape) oil on canvas signed lower left: Tinus de Jong 24.5 x 29.5cm $1,000-2,000

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PRINTS AUCTION 28 MARCH AT 6.30PM, MELBOURNE

For valuation and auction enquiries contact Lucy Foster, Art Specialist | 03 8825 5630 | lucy.foster@leonardjoel.com.au BRENT HARRIS On Becoming (Yellow no. 3) (detail) Sold for $1,364

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TIMELESS COLLECTOR

142 HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER (1878-1951) Judith, Ralph and David Wilson on Horseback by Sea 1945 oil on canvas in original John Thallon frame signed and dated lower right: H. S. POWER/ 1945 101 x 122cm $9,000-12,000

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149 HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER (1878-1951) Cocker Spaniels oil on canvas signed lower right: H. S. POWER 50 x 60cm PROVENANCE: Hawthorn Galleries, Melbourne, cat. no. 945 (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $4,500-6,500

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70 ADRIAN FEINT (1894-1971) Pink Hydrangeas 1965 oil on board signed and dated lower right: Adrian Feint/1965 17.5 x 15cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne $900-1,200

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7 ATTRIBUTED TO THEODORE PENLEIGH BOYD (1890-1923) Sirius Cove oil on canvas unsigned accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Peter Perry 23.5 x 57cm $8,000-12,000

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69 DORA L. WILSON (1883-1946) Florence oil on canvasboard signed lower left: - DORA L. WILSON 39.5 x 34.5cm $1,600-2,600 160 (Opposite) ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968) Potrait of Dorothy Wilson oil on canvas signed lower left: EBuckmaster 101 x 76 cm $2,600-3,600

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230 GEORGE WASHINGTON LAMBERT (1873-1930) The Departure from Lima, Peru (De Quiros’ Fleet) 1908 watercolour on paper signed and dated lower right: G. W. Lambert/1908 27 x 39.5cm PROVENANCE: The Artist’s Estate, Artarmon Galleries, Sydney (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $4,500-5,500 224 (Detail Opposite) ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968) Floral Still Life oil on linen signed lower left: E. Buckmaster 64.5 x 50cm $2,500-3,500

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141 J.H. SCHELTEMA (1861-1941) Summer Pasture oil on canvas signed lower right: J. H. Scheltma 72 x 102cm PROVENANCE: Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, Victoria (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne $10,000-15,000

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1 HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER (1878-1951) Horses oil on canvas signed lower right: H. S. POWER 49.5 x 59.5 cm $5,000-7,000

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ARTIST INDEX ALLCOT, JOHN CHARLES 229 AMOR, RICK 184 ASHTON, WILL 231, 235, 237 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES BRYANT 59 ATTRIBUTED TO DANILA VASSILIEFF 73 ATTRIBUTED TO EMANUEL PHILLIPS FOX 58 ATTRIBUTED TO ETHEL CARRICK FOX 227, 228 ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN SUTHERLAND 64 ATTRIBUTED TO THEODORE PENLEIGH BOYD 7 AUDETTE, YVONNE 89, 90, 91, 92 BAADJO, TOSSY 129 BAYNES, ROBERT 244 BELL, GEORGE 61 BENNETT, ANTHONY 270 BENOIT, MARGARET 3 BEZOR, ANNETTE 187,274,275 BILU, ASHER 246 BLACKMAN, CHARLES 75, 177, 205 BONNARD, PIERRE 158 BOOTH, PETER 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 183 BOYD, ARTHUR 4, 199, 200 BOYD, JAMIE 45, 133 BOYD, DAVID 131,132 BRADBEER, GODWIN 164 BRAUND, DOROTHY 83 BRODZKY, HORACE 77 BROMLEY, DAVID 175, 176, 273, 281 BUCKMASTER, ERNEST 160, 224 BYRNE, SAM 130 CAMDEN, EMMA 190 CARDOSO, MARIA FERNANDA 191 CAROLL, TOMMY 257 CATTAPAN, JON 181 CHEVALIER, NICOLAS 234 CHURCHER, PETER 16 COBURN, JOHN 95 COETZER, WILLEM HERMANUS 219 COLEMAN, BILL 74 COLQUHOUN, ALEXANDER DOUGLAS 65 COUTTS, GORDON 67 CROOKE, RAY 9, 47, 48 CUPPAIDGE, VIRGINIA 282 CUTHBERTSON, ARCH 96 DE LA SERNA, ISMAEL 95A DEL MACE, GILL 284, 285 DICKERSON, ROBERT 81, 82, 206, 207, 208 DOWLING, ROBERT HAWKE 152 DOWNS, JOHNNY GORDON 104 DOWNTON, JOHN 140 DYER, GEOFFREY 12, 168, 172, 173 EARLE, KATE 223 FAULKNER, SARAH 186 FEINT, ADRIAN 70 FLY, PAULINE 107 FORD, WILLIAM 56 FOSTER, MYLES BIRKET 153 FRANSELLA, GRAHAM 182, 185 FRATER, WILLIAM 5 FRIEND, DONALD 46 GALL, FRANCOIS 62 GIARDINO, PASQUALE 179,272 GLEGHORN, TOM 10 GORDAN, PALMER 106 GRIFFITHS, HARLEY CAMERON 225, 233 HARDING, NICHOLAS 18 HART, PRO 43, 44, 134, 135, 136, 137 HATTAM, KATHERINE 88A, 163 HERMAN, SALI 72

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HOBSON, SAMANTHA 248, 249 JACK, KENNETH 49 JACKS, ROBERT 94, 195 JAGAMARRA, MICHAEL NELSON 123 JAMISON, KIRRA 196 JAPANANGKA, ALBY STOCKMAN 261 JOHNSON, ROBERT 9A JOHNSON, KEN 39, 138 JOMANTAS, VINCAS 97 JONG, TINUS DE 220 KAMHOLTZ, DAMIEN 280 KAUFFMANN, HUGO 155 KEELING, DAVID 276, 277 KEMARRE, ABIE LOY 30,37 KENNEDY, PETER 169 KMIT, MICHAEL 204 KNOX, W.D. 54 KRESTIN, LAZAR 151 KUNINTJI, RITA 105 KUNIYANGKA, NITA 127 LAMBERT, RONALD 84, 85 LAMBERT, GEORGE WASHINGTON 230 LARRIKIN, MUN MUN 116 LARWILL, DAVID 88 LEVER, RICHARD HAYLEY 57 LHOTE, ANDRE 218 LINCOLN, KEVIN 94A LONG, SYDNEY 8, 216 LONG, LEONARD 140A LONGSTAFF, JOHN 55 MAGUIRE, TIM 170 MAKIN, JEFFREY 174 MARRIOTT, ARCHIBALD 159 MCINNES, W.B. 52 MCKENZIE, QUEENIE 38 MELDRUM, MAX 60 MENGUY, FREDERIC 222 MIDDLETON, MAX 42, 236, 238, 239 MILNE, DAVID 268 MITCHELL, LANI 197,198 MOMBASSA, REG 278, 279 MOORE, H. 192 MORTON, CALLUM 188 MUTJI, MICHAEL 102 NAGOMARRA, ALBERT 114 NAMPITJIN, MILLIE SKEEN 100, 251 NANGALA, NINGIE 115 NAPANANGKA, NANCY NANINURRA 99 NAPANANGKA, WALANGKURA 252 NAPANANGKA, KATUNGKA 254 NAPANANGKA, MAKINTI 255 NAPANGARDI, DOROTHY 32 NAPANGARDI, EUNICE 121 NAPURRULA, NINGURA 253 NELSON, PADDY 250 NERLI, GIROLAMO 156 NICHOLLS, MIKE 245 NIELSON, PETER 17 NOLAN, SIDNEY 210,211,212 NYUMI, ELIZABETH 125 O’BRIAN, JUSTIN 214 PAYUNGKA, TIMMY 118 PEKEL, HERMAN 50,50A PERCEVAL, JOHN 201,203 PETYARRE, KATHLEEN 31 PETYARRE, GLORIA 36 PICCININI, PATRICIA 189 PIGUENIT, WILLIAM CHARLES 232

POSSIBLY EDWARD SEAGO 226 POWELL, ARTHUR TED 247 POWER, HAROLD SEPTIMUS 1, 2, 142, 143, 147, 148, 149, 161, 162 PRICE, JANE R. 51 PUGH, CLIFTON 139 PWERLE, ANGELINA 263 PWERLE, EMILY 265 PWERLE, MINNIE 29, 35, 262, 264 RANKIN, DAVID 240, 241, 242, 243 REDFORD, SCOTT 266, 267 REGGIANINI, VITTORIO 154 ROCHE, GRAEME 283 SANSOM, GARETH 19 SAWREY, HUGH 41, 43A SCHALLER, MARK 178 SCHATTNER, GILLIE & MARC 194, 271 SCHELTEMA, J.H. 141, 145, 146 SENBERGS, JAN 86, 87, 171 SHEARER, BEN 40 SHER, JULES 93 SIBLEY, ANDREW 180, 213, 269 SMIDT, ABRAHAM DE 221 STORRIER, TIM 13, 14, 15,166, 167 STRACHAN, DAVID 71 SWEATMAN, JO 53 TAYLOR-GHEE, ROBERT EDGAR 141A TEAGUE, VIOLET 66 THAKE, ERIC 209 TJAMPITJIN, BOXER MILNER 126 TJAMPITJIN, SAM 113 TJAMPITJINPA, DINNY NOLAN 120 TJAMPITJINPA, RONNIE 259 TJAPALTJARRI, BENNY 122 TJAPALTJARRI, BILL WHISKEY 33 TJAPALTJARRI, WALALA 260 TJAPANANGKA, TJUMPO 112 TJUNGURRAYI, BRANDY 124 TJUNGURRAYI, WILLY 117 TJUPURRULA, DOMINIC MARTIN 98, 119 TJUPURRULA, DONKEYMAN LEE 109 TJUPURRULA, RICHARD TAX 101 TJUPURRULA, TURKEY TOLSON 258 TOMASETTI, SARAH 165 TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE 157 TRAILL, JESSIE 6 TRISTRAM, J.W. 235A, 235B, 235C TUCKSON, TONY 202 TURNER, J.A. 144 TWEDDLE, ISABEL HUNTER 68 VANDERZWEEP, ANTHONY 193 VASSILIEFF, DANILA 78, 79, 80 VUILLARD, EDOUARD 158A WACHTEL, WILHELM 150 WAKELIN, ROLAND 215 WATKINS, JOHN SAMUEL 63 WATSON, TOMMY 34 WATSON, FLORRIE 110 WEE, STEPHEN 108 WESTWOOD, BRYAN 11 WHEELER, CHARLES 143A WILLIAMS, FRED 217 WILSON, DORA L. 69 WOMPEGA, ELSIE 111 YAMBA, MEL 103 YIDUMDUMA, BILL HARNEY 256 YOOMARIE, PETER 128


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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 22nd March 2018. 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 Rooms 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 email: info@leonardjoel.com.au leonardjoel.com.au MANAGING DIRECTOR & NATIONAL HEAD OF COLLECTIONS John Albrecht BA LLB MBA

Leonard Joel Specialists ART Sophie Ullin BA Hons, National Head of Art Olivia Fuller BArtTh, Art Specialist Lucy Foster EMA, Art Specialist Phoebe Ellis, Art Specialist Daizi Zheng, Administrator ABORIGINAL ART Sophie Ullin BA Hons, National Head of Art DECORATIVE ARTS Chiara Curcio BA, Head of Decorative Arts, Melbourne Robert Williams, Head of Decorative Arts, Sydney Dominic Kavanagh MFA, Decorative Arts Assistant Trevor Fleming, BA (Asian Studies), M.Mgmt (Arts), Specialist, Japanese Art Sally A. Robin, MA (Chinese), DipML, DipAPLE, DipLCM Specialist, Chinese Art JEWELLERY John D’Agata F.G.A.A., National Head of Jewellery Bethany McGougan, BA Hons, MSc, Manager, Jewellery & Luxury Elizabeth Stannard, BMUS (Hons) GG AJP (GIA), Jewellery Specialist Karen Tidball F.G.A.A., Jewellery Assistant Maria Fayyez, Jewellery Specialist, Sydney Kerry Dobson, Administrator Mary Kenny BA, Dip. Ed., Consultant Henrietta Maiyah, Consultant

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COLLECTABLES Allison Therrien, Collectables Manager & Specialist Administrator LUXURY Bethany McGougan, BA Hons, MSc, Manager, Jewellery & Luxury MODERN DESIGN Anna Grassham BA Contemporary Arts, Head of Modern Design

Thursdays at Leonard Joel FURNITURE Tanith Harley, Manager William Broadhurst, Assistant Toby Lennox-Hilton, Assistant COLLECTABLES Maxine Winning, Manager Moi Rogers, Assistant VALUATIONS Caroline Tickner, BA Hons, F.G.A.A., Head of Valuations ACCOUNTS Marie McCarthy, Chief Financial Officer Michelle Draper, Account Manager Andrea Del Campo, Accountant FRONT OFFICE Kim Clarke, Front of House Manager Amelia Lewis, Receptionist Sarah Horvath, Administrator Keryn Gilchrist, Database OPERATIONS & LOGISTICS Anthony Riepsamen, Manager COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Claire Mazzone, Manager Nicole Kenning, Marketing Consultant PHOTOGRAPHY Adam Obradovic, Senior Photographer Joseph Hammond, Photographer DESIGN Maria Rossi, Finished Artist e-mail all lower case firstname.surname@leonardjoel.com.au


195 (Detail) ROBERT JACKS (1943-2014) Blue on Blue 2006 oil on linen titled, signed, and dated verso: Blue on Blue / Jacks 2006 122 x 183cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Victoria $7,000-9,000 © Robert Jacks. Licensed by Viscopy Ltd. Australia

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