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Niagara Galleries

Niagara Galleries

Private Gallery
Niagara Galleries Niagara Galleries is committed to the exhibition and sale of the finest modern and contemporary Australian art.
The gallery has a stable of leading figurative and abstract painters, sculptors, photographers and ceramicists and for several years supported young talent through an annual, independently - curated exhibition of emerging artists.
Also on the calendar every March, is the Blue Chip Collectors’ Exhibition, which presents the works of, acknowledged masters such as Fairweather, Beckett, Tuckson, Brack and Perceval. Through this exhibition and ongoing active dealing in the secondary art market, Director, William Nuttall, has developed an extensive personal network of collectors. Vendors can be assured of genuine appraisal, targeted marketing and individual attention by William for works offered on consignment through Niagara Galleries.
The gallery also provides a specialized art consultancy service for both individuals and corporations. William and his staff can advise on all aspects of establishing and maintaining an interesting and rewarding art collection - no matter what size or budget. They are happy to arrange on-site consultations to assist with the best selection and placement of works. Objective viewing of works and commission bidding at auction are also available.
William Nuttall is also an active member of the Australian Commercial Galleries Association and an approved valuer under the Cultural Gifts Programme.
Niagara’s newly renovated premises offer one of the most exciting and extensive stock rooms in Melbourne and private viewings are available by appointment.
Foundation year: 1978
Director(s): William Nuttall
Employees: Sarah Murray Gallery Administrator
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