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Is the art market covid-proof? Well, just maybe

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Sat, 06 Jun 2020

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Sat, 06 Jun 2020

Philip Clairmont: Still Life, sold at auction for $150,000

Wellington art auction house Dunbar Sloane marked the end of an era this week, bringing the hammer down - or in this case, an HB pencil clasped in the left hand of veteran auctioneer Anthony Gallagher - on a stylised bronze coin by New Zealand sculptor Terry Stringer titled, fittingly for a time of pandemic: "This Era".That sale completed not only the first fine art auction in Wellington of the post-covid era, but the last fine art auction ever to be held at the 101 year-old business's premises on the corner&nb...

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