Category: Fine Art

Bid Barometer - Fine Art

1. TOP HAMMER PRICE

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CHEN WEN HSI  'GIBBONS'
  • from the estate of David Marshall, Singapore's First Chief Minister

Estimate: $8,000-$12,000

Hammer: $35,000


2. MOST BID-ON ITEM

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LUU TRAN HAU 'TWO NUDES'
  • oil on canvas, signed and dated 07. Estimate $5,000-$8,000 

Hammer: $24,000

Bids: 32


3. MOST COVETED ITEM

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LE PHO 'JEUNE FILLE DANS LE JARDIN'
  • oil on silk, laid on board. Signed in Chinese and English

Estimate: $20,000-$30,000

Hammer: $30,000

Indian Art Edit

Our current Fine Art auction - which closes on Sunday from 6pm - is eclectic and diverse. We have everything from masterpieces to unknown arists (read our previous blog post here that walks you through the whole catalogue).

The groupings of various art and artists are a helpful way to navigate your way through the sale. We have a particularly good selection of art by Indian artists. Here's our round up of it, with lot numbers for easy browsing.

All Indian Art can be found at Lots 57-74 (excluding lots 67 & 69). The Raza and the three works by Souza, are of particular note but we also have be...

Art for All

instagram format (4).png In our quarterly Fine Art sale - the catalogue is out now - we really do have something for everyone. Whilst this auction may be lead by the recognised masters Le Pho, Raza, Souza and Chen Wen Hsi, (and we don't use the word 'masters' lightly - we mean it!) all with excellent provenance:

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(Highly-collectable, this Chen Wen Hsi painting of gibbons came stright out of the private collection of David Marshall, Singapore's First Chief Minister; the Le Pho, below, still has the original Paris gallery's exhibition sticker to its reverse, where it was bought from.)

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...it also showcases an array of...