Issue 15 - Art Collector

January-March 2001
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Australia’s 50 Most Collectable Artists
Australian Art Collector presents the results of our third annual survey of the nation’s leading experts, critics, art consultants and collectors, whom we asked: which artist’s work should you buy now?
Rick Amor, Ralph Balson, Clarice Beckett, Paddy Bedford, John Brack, Charles Blackman, Angela Brennan, David Bromley, John Coburn, Grace Cossington Smith, Adam Cullen, Lawrence Dawes, Julie Dowling, Fiona Foley, Rosalie Gascoigne, Matthys Gerber, Bill Henson, Laurence Hope, Roger Kemp, Richard Larter, Janet Laurence, Lindy Lee, Robert MacPherson, Conrad Martens, John Mawurndjul, Rosella Namok, Eubena Nampitjin, Nyurapayia Nampitjinpa, Simeon Nelson, Sir Sidney Nolan, Susan Norrie, John Olsen, Lin Onus, Kathleen Petyarre, Mike Parr, Trent Parke & Narelle Autio, Patricia Piccinini, William Robinson, Lisa Roet, John Peter Russell, Garry Shead, Ricky Swallow, Rover Thomas, Imants Tillers, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Savanhdary Vongpoothorn, Ken Whisson, Fred Williams, Philip Wolfhagen, Jurek Wybraniec.

Collector’s Dossier: Yupinya Nampitjin
Dr Christine Nicholls charts the life and work of this gifted Balgo Hills painter.

Leading critic Bruce James declares Melbourne painter Rhonda Goodall “absolutely an artist to watch”.

News & Features

John de Burgh Perceval 1923-2000

State of the Art: Boom or Bust
AAC editor, Michael Hutak, takes the pulse of the Australian art market, with the help of our ‘50 Most’ expert panel.

Saleroom correspondent, Terry Ingram, looks at the genesis of The John and Julie Schaeffer Collection of ‘High Victorian’ art.

Collector: Phillip Harding
Sally Butler profiles a Noosa collector happy to share his excellent collection of 20th century Australian art.

Gallerist: Jan Minchin
Bridget Crone talks to the director of Melbourne’s Tolarno Galleries.