Mimi Jaksic-Berger (1936-.) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Serbia in 1936, Mimi Jaksic-Berger taught art in Belgrade and worked for magazines before arriving in Australia in 1959. She designed the medallion for the Sydney Coin Club and the Dobell medallion for Newcastle, and has won more than 60 art awards. A painter of large watercolour abstracts, her work is represented in regional and public collections. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Birth of Buddha, 1970
Highest Price:
Birth of Buddha, 1970
Oil on board, 115.3 x 92.5 cm
Australian Paintings, Christies, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings61A$950 N/A
Works on Paper63A$221 N/A

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