JACOPO LIGOZZI 1547 – 1627
    Christ Carrying the Cross 1604

    It is intended at an appropriate time to donate this work to the
    National Gallery of Victoria, in memory of our gallery founder
    Lauraine Diggins OAM who passed away on Good Friday,
    the 19th of April 2019.

    This dramatic depiction of Christ Carrying the Cross displays Ligozzi’s remarkable…..


  • Summertime…

    Patterson On the Beach

    Ambrose Patterson 1877 – 1967 (On the Beach) oil on wood panel 21.5 x 26.5 cm What a contrast to welcome summer for 2019 – snow in Victoria and Tasmania but bushfires in New South Wales and Queensland! So here are a few artworks to bathe in the warm glow of sunshine; feel calmed by […]


  • Boyd ceramics

    Merric Boyd 1888 – 1959 Jug with Landscape and Grape Design Vine Form Handle 1916 ceramic, height: 18.5 cm The Glen Eira council Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition featuring ceramics from the Arthur Merric Boyd Pottery in Murrumbeena. The AMB Pottery was established in the 1940s by Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd (son of ceramicist […]


  • Sculpture: by the sea; in the garden; for your home; at our door!

    Eicholtz Harvest Doormen at LDFA

    We extend our congratulations to William Eicholtz whose graceful and joyous large-scale sculpture At the Altar of Terpsichore has been selected for this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, with 100 sculptures along the spectacular coastline between Bondi and Tamarama Beach, NSW. Eicholtz’s decorative Harvest Doormen welcome you to Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, as guardians either […]


  • Connections: Paintings from Utopia

    Lauraine Diggins & Angelina Ngal at Utopia

    The lyrical, delicately coloured paintings by the artists of Utopia speak of a strong connection with landscape and country, as well as integral and significant ancestral and ceremonial links. On another level, we pay tribute to the personal connection Lauraine Diggins had with the artists and landscape of Utopia. A strong supporter of the artists […]


  • D’ART: the movie – screening Melbourne 8 Sep & Sydney 22 Sep 2019

    September screenings of D’ART The Artist, The Collector and a Goggomobil Dart as the canvas Following this unique and intriguing project resulting in a painted art car, unveiled at our exhibition in 2017, relive the excitement and watch the project come to life with a new documentary movie created by Karl von Möller. The iconic Goggomobil […]


  • Australian ceramic artist Stephen Bowers discusses influences on his art in Ceramic Review.

    Stephen Bowers Cockatoos with Shards in creation 2018

    Finding shards of blue and white china as a child shaped Stephen Bowers’ successful career as an internationally acclaimed ceramic artist . Read of his influences in “Potters on Pots” in the Ceramic Review. Ceramic Review Issue 298 July/August 2019 Stephen’s work is also currently the feature of an installation at the Roche Foundation in […]


  • The Melbourne Fair : come and visit us from 8th – 11th August 2019

    LDFA at The Melbourne Fair

    We are pleased to again participate in The Melbourne Fair at the Caulfield Racecourse with a preview Gala Opening on Thursday 8th August. Featuring a selection of Arts, Antiques, Jewellery, Books, Vintage Fashion and more. Lauraine Diggins Fine Art will showcase Australian painting, sculpture, decorative arts and works on paper, with artists including  Yvonne Audette, […]


  • Vale Lauraine Diggins OAM

    Lauraine Diggins with dogs at the Gallery

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this post includes the name of a person who has died. It is with great sorrow and sadness Lauraine Diggins Fine Art advises of the death of our Gallery Founder and Director Lauraine Diggins OAM on 19thof April 2019. It has been a long cherished hope of […]


  • A Closer Look At… the Bridges of Andrew Sayers

    Andrew SAYERS Span Bridge I 218129

    Included in our current exhibition Andrew Sayers: Defining the Artist is a series of gouaches created over a five year period focussing on the picturesque wooden bridges of the south coast of New South Wales. The bridges attracted Sayers as subject matter on a number of levels; from their natural appeal, to a curiosity about their structure and […]