The Finkelstein Files: Art Appreciation 101

Why does art matter?? For without perspective, life would be awfully dull!  It is our most expressive form of sharing. Art matters because it illustrates the human experience—the wonder of it, the bewilderment of it, the whimsy of it, and so much more. We would not be connected so deeply without the existence of art. The artsContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Art Appreciation 101”

The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!

Wondering how to maximise your tax return for your business and feel like you’ve come out somehow on top?! With Australia’s tax breaks available to businesses which turnover under $10 million annually, owning your own art collection has never been so simple. Michael Fox, a leading Melbourne tax accountant specialising in the arts explains, “TheContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!”

The Finkelstein Files: The Art of Michelle Breton

Above: Michelle Breton, Honey Dreaming, 2017, Mixed Media on Italian Canvas, 153 x 137cm, P.O.A Above: Michelle Breton, Trompette au Soleil, 2017, Mixed Media on Italian Canvas, 153 x 137cm, P.O.A Michelle Breton’s ouevre relates to deep inward feelings rather than appealing to the intellect –  a visceral expression of motifs. Organic is form and matter,Continue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Art of Michelle Breton”

The a Finkelstein Files: 13 Reasons Why Original Art In The Home Is As Important As A Bed

Above: Patricia Heaslip, Ether, Oil on Linen, 183 x 183cm, Private Residence, Malvern, Australia. 13 REASONS WHY ORIGINAL ART IN THE HOME IS AS IMPORTANT AS A BED Having original art in the home is vital to your well being. Art is a key piece of furniture for many reasons and yet it is sometimesContinue reading “The a Finkelstein Files: 13 Reasons Why Original Art In The Home Is As Important As A Bed”

The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment

  Richard Lewer Untitled #27 (Tax Time Again) (2016) Langridge pigmented ink on sandpaper, 28cm by 23cm Thierry B Fine Art showcases the Abstract paintings and sculpture from over a dozen Australian artists. Prices start from $4,950 upto $55,000. The gallery also includes a custom made frame for the painting, and complimentary delivery and installation.Continue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment”

The Finkelstein Files: JAHM House Museum Tour

          Above: JAHM Leah & Charles Justin are very welcoming and warmly share their art treasure trove with their visitors. Charles and Leah Justin have been collecting contemporary art for over 40 years. Today, they live together with their artworks in the Justin Art House Museum (JAHM) with an aspiration to provide a distinctive experience forContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: JAHM House Museum Tour”

The Finkelstein Files: The Lyon Housemuseum

The Housemuseum is the story of a partnership between collector and architect Corbett Lyon and his wife, Yueji Lyon, who began shaping their collection of Australian contemporary art over twenty six years ago. The collection was established with the intention of making works available for public viewing, and for research and education. The original HousemuseumContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Lyon Housemuseum”

The Finkelstein Files: Bonnes Vacances!

Thierry B Fine Art is open 11am – 5pm until Saturday 24th December! We have had a very busy few months welcoming clients into our new purpose-built gallery showroom in South Yarra. Now open across 7 days, our collection is accessible from 11am – 5pm or by appointment. As a note of gratitude to ourContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Bonnes Vacances!”

The Finkelstein Files: Indigenous Instyle

Lily Kelly Napangardi is a highly esteemed artist recognized for her contribution to contemporary aboriginal artwork. With a talent for intricate detail, Lily has captivated audiences with her interpretations of the shifting seasons and changing country. Napangardi  was born around 1948, is a senior law woman of the Watiyawanu community, Haasts Bluff and is fromContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Indigenous Instyle”

The Finkelstein Files: The Art of Michelle Breton

Caravonesque,  Mixed Media on Italian Canvas, 183 x 183cm. Michelle Breton’s ouevre relates to deep inward feelings rather than appealing to the intellect –  a visceral expression of motifs. Organic is form and matter, the works are resolved instinctively and intuitively. Filled with movement and chaos and control, Breton is a master of the abstractContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Art of Michelle Breton”