Cello Robertson (1969-.) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Cello Robertson studied at "The Learning Connection" art school as an adult student in 1997, in Wellington, New Zealand and graduated the following year.

He was inspired by and worked with his previous tutor Jonathan Campbell, producing bronze sculptures.

He has worked in Raumati, Dunedin, Christchurch and currently lives and works in Golden Bay.

As well as working in bronze, Cello has also worked in ceramics, oil, print, stone and fabric.

His work is held in collections in New Zealand and overseas, and he is a member of the Nelson Suter Art Society. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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Bird
Mixed media, 46.5 x 59.5 cm
U3 Art & Applied Art, Watson's Auctioneers, Christchurch.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings50A$184 N/A
Objects80A$56 N/A

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