William Andrews (1840-87) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Sydney in 1840, William Andrews became a staff member of the Government Architect's office working mainly in watercolours. Only now are his works being appreciated for their historical importance. They are represented in the Mitchell and Dixson collections. Andrews died in 1887.

His last work (an oil painting) featuring Sydney Harbour looking across from Milsons Point is now on exhibition in the main dining room of the Union, University and Schools Club (UUSC) in Bent Street Sydney. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Double Bay, Sydney (1870)
Highest Price:
Double Bay, Sydney (1870)
Oil on canvas on board, 24.5 x 44.5 cm
Important Australian Art , Sotheby's, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings22A$14,030 N/A
Works on Paper131A$825 N/A

* Calculated on sales over the last three years, where there are a sufficient number of sales over that period.

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