Christopher Aubrey (1830-1902) New Zealand

Biographical Information

This artist has often been confused with the Charles Aubrey. Christopher Aubrey is known to have painted in the Otago and Southland areas of New Zealand in the 1870s, to have exhibited watercolours of Riverton and Stewart Island in 1879, and to have worked in Wellington in the 1890s and Auckland in 1898. His work is often characterised by the inclusion of skinny, lively looking horses. Aubrey's work is represented in a number of regional galleries including the Auckland City Art Gallery. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Wellington from Brooklyn
Highest Price:
Wellington from Brooklyn
Watercolour, 51 x 91 cm
Major Fine Art Auction, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Works on Paper7059A$71,602 N/A
Prints & Graphics10A$19 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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