Our art liquidation store at Woolloongabba is still open to the public during normal trading hours, with increased sanitation measures in place. We are also continuing to take orders placed online, and are experiencing no delays in fulfilling orders.

Surrealism: The Appeal of the Weird

Surrealist paintings and prints rank among the most popular in private collections and as décor for contemporary homes. In fact, many surrealist artists are household names – a testament to the enduring appeal of this dreamy and often weird art movement. Such as artists include the likes of André Breton, Salvador Dali, and Frida Kahlo to […]

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Watercolour Art: A Delicate Finish to Your Room

Watercolour is possibly the oldest medium of art. Prehistoric cave paintings in Europe were painted with water-soluble pigments, and Egyptian manuscripts utilised the medium in creating illustrations. Despite these ancient roots, watercolour as a definitive medium only became ubiquitous and flourished during the Renaissance. The popularity of watercolour has shifted so many times throughout history. […]

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Exploring Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau is an international movement and ornamental style of art, architecture, and decorative arts. Born from rebellious artists looking to create a new and distinct style, it flourished between 1890 to 1910 and has the shortest ‘duration’ of any art movement – lasting only 20 years since its inception. Despite its short tenure on […]

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