Over 200 pieces of Investment and Entry level Aboriginal Art are being sold online by Lawson Menzies, Australia’s leading Aboriginal Art Auction House. Items are being sold through fledgling online auction company Lawsonsonline – www.lawsonsonline.com.

The online auction is Part II of the successful Lawson Menzies Aboriginal Fine Art auction that witnessed the breaking of the all time record for an Aboriginal artist and the highest price ever paid for an Australian female artist, with the Emily Kngwarreye’s Earth’s Creation being sold for $1,056,000 (including buyers premium).

Items being sold online are targeted at investors wanting to acquire collectable works ranging from $10 to $25,000, at highly competitive prices. The works include paintings, water colours, artefacts, barks and other Indigenous items selected for their investment value and collectability. Art works are being auctioned online, but can be viewed at Lawson~Menzies Auctioneers at 12 Todman Avenue, Kensington, Sydney by appointment. The online auction has already had overwhelming interest and registrations from buyers globally.

Head of Aboriginal Art at Lawson-Menzies, Adrian Newstead: “The Lawson-Menzies online Aboriginal Art Auction recognises the global interest in affordable Aboriginal and investment art, backed by a strong brand name, such as Lawson-Menzies. The online auction provides typical features of a physical auction, such as viewing of items and access to Australia’s leading Aboriginal Art specialists, and the assurance of authenticity of items being sold.”

Items include historically important artifacts and barks and paintings by historically important Aboriginal artists including:

  • Kathleen Petyarre
  • Dorothy Napangardi Robinson
  • Emily Kame Kngwarreye
  • Jimmy Pike
  • Padddy Carrol Tjungurrayi
  • Clifford Possum
  • Ronnie Tjampitjimpa
  • Lily Kelly Napangardi
  • Naata Nungarrayi
  • Walangkura Napanangka
  • Minnie Pwerle
  • Walala Tjapaltjarri
  • Gloria Petyarre
  • Freddie Timms
  • Judy Napangardi Watson
  • Lorna Fencer Napurrula