Art at Home - an Online Only Art Auction
Timed online only auction on Invaluable.com - http://www.invaluable.com 9 April - 16 April 2020
International Art Centre, in partnership with Invaluable.com brings you an online art auction experience. This is a timed auction affording you the opportunity to contact us for condition reports or further information.
Free of charge, door-to-door delivery within New Zealand on conclusion of lockdown.
Delivery quotes available for overseas buyers
This is an online only auction - no physical viewing.
Condition reports are available for each artwork.
Enjoy this online viewing and contact us if we can be of assistance.
How to bid:
Register with Invaluable.com - http://www.invaluable.com to bid
International Art Centre on Invaluable.com - https://www.invaluable.com/auction-house/internationalart-centre-bipm5rwiok Absentee bids may also be placed via our website Buyers premium: 17.5% plus GST on premium applies to all lots. (Total buyers premium is 20.12% including GST). Note: On this occasion International Art Centre will cover the 5% invaluable.com charge to online bidders
Maggie Skelton - firstname.lastname@example.org
Luke Davies - email@example.com
Important & Rare Art
Note: This sale was scheduled for 1 April and is postponed. New date subject to lifted lockdown restrictions
The Important & Rare Art auction scheduled for 1 April is now postponed and a new date will be announced as soon possible. Our Collectable Art auction was to be held Tuesday 19 May, so this is our tentative date but obviously subject to confirmation.
There are a number of ways in which you can participate in our auctions - either in the room, on the telephone, via an absentee bid, or bid online at Invaluable.com
Whilst we face manageable disruption due to the current situation and International Art Centre's doors are temporarily closed, be assured we are very much open for business online. All enquiries during this time will be answered, valuations and estimates provided by email - Please use our online estimator
Keep up to date by visiting our website.
Works from Wellington Filmmaker Tony Hiles Collection including major works by Michael Smither on the market for the first time since they were purchased from the artist.
Four works by Anna Lois White
A work by Toss Woollaston, previously on loan to a public institution for the past 25 years see's the market for the first time.
Two works by Colin McCahon
Works by Len Castle and Don Binney, from well known Auckland collector Ron Sang
Peter Stichbury's iconic Swoon (Stendal Syndrome), 2000, perhaps the most recognisable image of 21st Century New Zealand art - and other works by the artist
A pair of Charles Blomfield paintings of the Pink and White Terraces painted pre-eruption with remarkable provenance
Large scale works by Ralph Hotere and Philip Clairmont
A significant oil painting by Grahame Sydney
A major work by Felix Kelly
A work by Gottfried Lindauer never before seen on the market
Three major works by Garth Tapper
A magnificent Evelyn Page
An iconic and classic Trevor Moffitt painting
A collection of work by Margaret Stoddart
Large scale watercolour by Nicholas Chevalier
Other good examples by Gretchen Albrecht, Stephen Bambury, Dob Binney, Nigel Brown, Max Gimblett, Charles Tole, Jude Rae, John Walsh, Peter McIntyre, Terry Stringer, Jan Nigro, G P Nerli, Francis McCracken, Patricia France, Ann Robinson and others.
Collectable Art | Modern | Contemporary
Tuesday 19 May
As New Zealand's most experienced and long standing fine art auction house, International Art Centre provides high industry standards in customer service, research and presentation, with consistently high clearance rates and outstanding results for Modern and Contemporary Art. International Art Centre is unmatched in the field of historical New Zealand masterpieces. With a network of contacts globally, coupled with 50 years art market experience, live and internet bidding, we are able to deliver exceptional results across the board and international results for foreign pictures sourced locally.
As New Zealand's most experienced fine art auction house, International Art Centre provides high industry standards in customer service, research and presentation, with consistently high clearance rates and outstanding results for Modern and Contemporary Art and are unmatched in the field of historical New Zealand masterpieces. With a network of contacts globally, coupled with 50 years art market experience, live and internet bidding, we have been able to deliver international results for foreign pictures sourced locally.
Important & Rare Fine Art Auctions
Important & Rare auctions are the proven, pre-eminent sale category for major works of art offered for sale in New Zealand. These auctions take place three times annually. As we fast approach our 50th year in business, experience continues to equal results. 2014 saw Important & Rare auctions realise five of New Zealand's top ten auction prices. The following year saw new records set with the two top prices in Auckland achieved. With the addition of the record $1.175 million plus premium paid for a C F Goldie in April's 2016 sale, International Art Centre achieved the three highest art auction prices in New Zealand's history. Due to an appreciative, and greatly valued clientele of nationwide and international buyers and sellers we look forward to breaking new ground. Charles Frederick Goldie, Colin McCahon, Felix Kelly, Gottfried Lindauer and Frances Hodgkins are just some of the highlighted artist's we seek for these sales.
Contact Richard Thomson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone +64 9 379 4010
Toll free 0800 800 322 and Mobile 0274 751 071
The buzz generated by International Art Centre's Collectable Art auctions reflects the popularity of this sale: an event at which seasoned connoisseurs and budding collectors alike converge to appreciate one of the most eclectic and diverse offerings available to the market. Because this auction specifically caters to the more affordable end of the market - generally presenting works valued at $5,000 and less (many of which are offered without reserve), this is an exciting opportunity to unearth some real treasures. The Collectable Art sale offers a number lower-priced works from highly-sought after artists in print and edition form, as well as quality works from artists whose presence on the secondary market is just beginning to crystallise. Sales of Modern and Contemporary art play an integral role in providing market access to the most sought-after artists many of whom have defined New Zealand's art narrative over the past 50 years. These sales present an exciting offering of both painting and sculpture by a range of our modern and contemporary greats. Spanning that vital period from the establishment of mid-century modernism through to the cutting edge of our national contemporary art discourse, this is an acclaimed and significant event in the auction calendar.
Contact Maggie Skeltom - email@example.com
Contact Luke Davies - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone +64 9 379 4010
Telephone +64 9 379 4010
Private Collections: Single Owner Sales
As an auction house with international connections, International Art Centre has extensive experience handling major collections and commands record-breaking prices in the domestic and international marketplaces. International Art Centre provides experienced, targeted marketing campaigns including dedicated single owner auctions with colour print and online ebooks. Some examples of these were the recent sale of the John Leech Collection and the handling of the Selected Works from Fletcher Trust Collection in September 2014. The most recent sale is the Barry Pilcher Collection of Contemporary New Zealand Art held in May 2015.
Our experienced and dedicated team are available to discuss inclusion of artworks in forthcoming auctions. We understand the importance of pre-sale marketing and personal customer service. Our catalogues are produced to the highest standard. Because we sell art and only art, vendors are assured of excellent service with full commitment to their requirements.
Seeking works by:
19th & 20th Century & Contemporary NZ artists: Rita Angus, Douglas Badcock, W G Baker, Frank Barnes, Leo Bensemann, Charles Blomfield, Don Binney, Helen Brown, Nigel Brown, Philip Clairmont, Nicholas Chevalier, Raymond Ching, Shane Cotton, Vera Cummings, Arthur Dagley, A A Deans, Tom Esplin, Patricia France, Edward Fristrom, Dick Frizzell, Tony Fomison, John Gibb, William Menzies Gibb, Charles F Goldie, John Haley, Pat Hanly, Jeffrey Harris, Rhona Haszard, J C Hoyte, Louise Henderson, Frances Hodgkins, Ralph Hotere, Frederick Hundertwasser, Felix Kelly, Doris Lusk, Eilleen Mayo, Douglas MacDiarmid, Peter McIntyre, Raymond McIntyre, Charles McPhee, Colin McCahon, Trevor Moffitt, Harry V Miller, Buck Nin, Michael Smither, Bill Hammond, Michael Illingworth, Evelyn Page, Alan Pearson, Milan Mrkusich, James McLaughlan Nairn, Cedric Savage, Peter Siddell, Olivia Spencer Bower, Margaret Stoddart, Grahame Sydney, Garth Tapper, E Mervyn Taylor, Sydney Thompson, Charles and John Tole, Petrus van der Velden, Gordon Walters, John Weeks, Colin Wheeler, Robin White, C N Worsley, Adele Younghusband, 19th Century British & European paintings. Maori and NZ Folk art, early documents relating to New Zealand's Heritage, rare maps. New Zealand Art @ Auction.
FREE Authentication and valuation, advice on reserves, all aspects of sending and presenting paintings for sale by auction. Have your painting sold by the experts who make the records and have the art markets confidence. Because of our policy of accepting a limited number of works for each auction, sellers are advised to enter early to ensure acceptance.
Interested in investing or collecting New Zealand art?
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Contact: Richard Thomson
Mobile +64 27 475-1071 or Toll Free 0800 800 322
Richard makes regular Nationwide visits.
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