Fine Art Live Auction – 26 March 2019, 6pm
Fine Art is a curated auction category which presents a selection of important pieces by New Zealand’s most celebrated artists. Upcoming auction highlights include works by Tony Fomison,Richard Killeen, Miranda Parkes, Bill Hammond, Johl Dwyer and Max Gimblett.
Entries for this auction are now closed. Please contact our Fine Art Specialist for a complimentary, no obligation appraisal for any items you are considering releasing for auctions taking place later in the 2019 year.
Preview Times March Live Auction
Preview Evening – Tuesday 19 March / 6pm – 8pm
Fine Art Viewings —
Wednesday 20 March / 10am – 5pm
Thursday 21 March / 10am – 5pm
Friday 22 March / 10am – 5pm
Saturday 23 March / 10am – 4pm
Sunday 24 March / 10am – 12pm
Monday 25 March / 10am – 5pm
Tuesday 26 March / 10am – 3pm
The Webb’s Fine Art Department offers excellence in expertise, scholarship and service.
We are always interested in talking to you about your artworks or wider collection. The department hosts a number of auctions throughout the year, offers valuations for market and insurance purposes as well as providing market based information for those wishing to consign or seeking acquisition advice.
The Fine Art Department offers three sale categories.
Significant Art – showcasing museum quality and important works by New Zealand’s most well celebrated artists as well as works by notable international practitioners.
Collectors’ Art – includes a varied mix of contemporary artworks, sculpture, prints and photographs.
The Fine Art Department now also offer Online Art auctions which present sales including small prints, works on paper, photography and paintings at accessible price-points.
Please contact our Fine Art department to discuss any item in our upcoming Fine Art auctions or to learn more about the benefits of selling at auction.
Our Fine & Contemporary Art Team
Amanda Morrissey-Brown – Fine Art Department
Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and English Literature and an Honours degree in Art History from Victoria University of Wellington. She also holds a postgraduate certificate in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection. Amanda has been with Webb’s Fine Art Department for a year and a half, previously holding positions at City Gallery Wellington, one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary art galleries.