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Herbert Gurschner Austrian 1901-1975 Old Mentone acrylic on board sold for 2100


Herbert Gurschner (Austrian 1901-1975) Old Mentone, acrylic on board, sold for £2,100

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Scottish sale with some French colour (August 2012)

Capture French A market-fresh private Scottish collection of works by John Maclauchlan Milne (1886-1957) has been consigned to Lindsay Burns & Company’s antiques and fine art sale on August 14. The six-lot collection, all in original condition and period frames, includes Port of St Tropez, a 20 x 17in (53 x 44cm)...

Chinese vase is sold for £55,000 (November 2011)

Capture Chinese CHINESE INTEREST in regaining the country’s lost heritage was shown when a 19th century vase fetched an astonishing price a Perth auction sale this week. Bidders at the fine art sale at Lindsay Burns and Co gave a spontaneous round of applause as the blue and white bottle vase sold...

Lavery oil found in Scottish attic for auction (November 2011)

Lavery oil found in Scottish attic for auction large IN A SCENARIO that features in every hoarder’s daydreams, a previously unknown painting by Irish artist Sir John Lavery has been discovered in the attic of a house in Scotland and is to be sold at auction next week. Lindsay Burns and Company, a fine art auctioneering firm in the...

Henry, Yeats hold onto blue chip status at auctions (June 2011)

Paul Henry Peat Bog large early painting by Paul Henry which was given to a Scottish couple as a wedding present in 1919, is on the market for the first time next Tuesday, June 7th, at auctioneers Lindsay Burns and Company, 6 King Street, Perth, Scotland. Peat Bog has an estimate of Ł10,000-Ł15,000 (€11m224-€16,836).

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