Sotheby's Australia
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PROPERTY FORMERLY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR REGINALD MARCUS CLARK, SYDNEY

HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER
1878-1951

First Australian Division Artillery Going Into the Third Battle of Ypres (1919)

Estimate $90,000 - $120,000

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PROPERTY FORMERLY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR REGINALD MARCUS CLARK, SYDNEY

HAROLD SEPTIMUS POWER

1878-1951
First Australian Division Artillery Going Into the Third Battle of Ypres (1919)

oil on canvas
signed 'H.S. POWER' lower right
46.3 x 92 cm
frame: original, maker unknown

  • Lot Sold $135,000 (Hammer Price)
  • $164,700 (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)

Provenance

Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd, Sydney (label verso)
Sir Reginald Marcus Clark, Sydney
A Most Important Collection of Australian Paintings, Drawings and Prints under instructions from and as directed by The Executors of the Will of the Late Sir Reginald Marcus Clark, K.B.E. and Lady Clark, James R. Lawson, Sydney, 15 June 1954, lot 69, 'Australian Artillery into Action'
Private Collection, Sydney
Private Collection, Sydney, by descent from the above

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Important Australian Art

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