Recent articles:

The Sydney Morning Herald
"An admirer of Margaret Olley, Barry Humphries was a regular visitor to the late artist's house in Duxford Street, Paddington. Veteran art dealer Denis Savill says Humphries spoke of "the joys of Margaret's personality and successful career as a painter" Read the full article in the The Sydney Morning Herald by Andrew Taylor, 4 July 2015.

Australian Financial Review
Savill bought up big on that first night, declaring he may even have bought about half of it by value. He also picked up Charles Blackman's Girl with Flowers above its estimate for $67,100, and a minor study by Jeffrey Smart, which went for $122,000 on an estimate of $120,000 to $180,000. Read more: The Australian Financial Review, Jane O'Sullivan

As one door closes another opens for art legend Denis Savill

One of Australia's most famous art dealers is selling his collection

Lost and found Impressionist Art investment Australian painter's work exceeds price expectations

Australian Masters back in Private Hands

Flying the Flag for home-grown artistry ( John Peter Russell hanging in the background AGNSW)

Margaret Olley's early classics share joys of still life

After three days and 1015 lots, Peter Elliott collection a virtual sellout

The Australian Financial Review

Whiteley yours for $1.6 million

The Weekend Australian

Art market waits to see if Whiteley's Seagull will fly

Return of the reluctant hero

Abandoned art crate rouses neighbourly concern

The Australian

The Artful Codger

Savill row averted in the nick (of time, that is)

Ray and Diana Crooke

Art sellers get the picture and meet the market

Sydney Morning Herald, The Good Weekend

Whiteley at a discount adds a few bob to Cezanne fund

The Sydney Morning Herald - Artsmart

Undervalued artist presents true worth

The Weekend Australian - Review

Artist Blackman waiting for the Muse's return

On Trail of Most Wanted

Tax Loophole Hurting Australian Artists

Portrait of the dealer as a man with sharp instincts

Sydney Morning Herald -Spectrum

The Age

Whole new vision from the elder statesman

Financial Review - Rear Window

Read these Palms, find a fortune

Herald Sun

Frills and Spills

The Age Diary

Pardon His French

The Australian

The Age

Dreams and Memories

The Australian

Buoyed by Boyd sale

Consuming Passions

The Two of Us

Buyers happy as artist Blackman leaves house in splatters

(Late) Renaissance man by Murray Waldren, The Australian, Weekend Australian, 13-14 November 1999

Art as Investment

Portrait Gallery catches a Remarkable Crooke