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Lowensteins are specialist accountants for the visual arts and other creative areas.

FRAZER, Neil (1961-) Point to Point, 2011 Acrylic on canvas
Neil Frazer (1961-), Point to Point, 2011, Acrylic on canvas
Dale Hickey, Studio with Black Ships, 2010, Oil on canvas
ROET, Lisa (1967-) The Scout, 2009 Bronze
Lisa Roet, The Scout, 2009, Bronze
TOMESCU, Aida (1955-) Blue and Green I, 1990/1991 Oil on canvas,
Aida Tomescu, Blue and Green I, 1990/1991, Oil on canvas
LEACH-JONES, Alun (1937-), Instruments for a Solitary Navigator # IV, 1991 Acrylic on canvas
Alun Leach-Jones, Instruments for a Solitary Navigator #IV, 1991, Acrylic on canvas
BAWDEN, Lionel (1974-) Underworld, 2009 Pencils, epoxy resin, incralac
Lionel Bawden, Underworld, 2009, Pencils, epoxy resin, incralac

We have built our reputation over 40 years in servicing the arts community and providing specialist advice in financial, taxation and business areas.

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04.10.18

When I heard that people were planning another Melbourne Art Fair to be held in the middle of a Melbourne winter in tents, I had the impression that it would be a half-baked affair and not a patch on the glory days when it was held at the Royal Exhibition Building every two years.

04.10.18

In September it was with an air of familiarity and excited anticipation that I crossed the threshold of Carriageworks in Sydney’s Redfern for the third iteration of Sydney Contemporary - the premier art fair in Australia.

04.10.18

Artist, Ian Wieczorek, who moved from the UK to the Republic in 1992, says that the country is justifiably proud of its creative heritage, especially its storytelling traditions and literary luminaries like Beckett, Joyce, Yeats and Heaney.  

04.10.18

We were saddened to learn of the passing of Charles Blackman on 20 August 2018, shortly after his 90th birthday. Charles Blackman was one of the most beloved and revered Australian painters. His subject matter - drawn from literature, music, theatre, overseas travel and his lived experience - revealed an enquiring mind and erudite imagination.

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Lowensteins Offices

  • Melbourne



    Level 12, 60 Albert Rd
    South Melbourne
    VIC 3205

    T: + 61 3 9529 3800
    F: + 61 3 9111 5644
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  • Sydney



    Suite 601, 3 Waverley St
    Bondi Junction
    NSW 2022

    T: + 61 2 9389 2400
    F: + 61 2 9389 6506
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