Selling Your Art

Do you need help selling your art collection? Whether you are in the business of art or a private collector, we can help. For over twenty years, we have connected collections as expansive as one-thousand or as precious as one with new homes. Customised, discreet and conscientious, we can tailor a sale solution that suits you. To find out more, keep scrolling or get in contact.

What art do you accept?

We specialise in Australian contemporary and modern fine art and significant international artists.

Currently, we have collectors actively seeking work by: 

Charles Blackman                

Brett Whiteley                        

John Olsen                       

Cressida Campbell

Margaret Preston

Sidney Nolan

Arthur Boyd

David Boyd

John Brack

Hugh Sawrey

Pro Hart

Jeffrey Smart

Adam Cullen

Robert Dickerson

Tim Storrier

If you have work by any of these artists that you’re ready to part with, get in contact.

How do I submit my work of art?

With no upfront fees or obligations and all online, submitting your collection for appraisal is simple.

To keep the process expedient, please email us with the following:

  • dimensions of your work of art (as opposed to the frame)
  • artist’s name
  • JPG of the work (a phone snap is totally fine)

If you have any additional information such as title, medium, provenance and original price, include that too. We will then get back to you promptly and if your work is suitable, we can get the ball rolling.

We pride ourselves on adapting to our client’s needs. To find out how we can work for you and your collection, get in contact by emailing or phoning Angela at 0419 301 279.



‘I have been proud to be associated with Angela Tandori for many years, her knowledge of the art market and her aesthetic judgement are second to none. She was one of the first art dealers with the foresight to recognise that the art market would primarily function online in the future and that art buyers would rapidly gain the confidence to purchase significant works of art without ever viewing them on a gallery wall. She has been a tireless supporter of my photography.’ - Christopher Rimmer, photographer