Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Heffel Gallery: Spring Auction of Fine Canadian Art

On Wednesday, May 26, 2010, Heffel Fine Art Auction House will be holding a live auction of Canadian art at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

The 1st Session at 4:00 pm will feature Canadian Post-War and Contemporary art.
The 2nd Session takes place at 7:00 pm and will feature Fine Canadian Art.

Edward John (E.J.) Hughes
1913 - 2007

The West Coast near Bamfield

oil on canvas

25 x 32 in

Artworks by renowned Canadian artists will be up for bidding:

Daphne Odjig
E.J. Hughes
Jack Shadbolt
B.C. Binning
Takao Tanabe
Lawren Harris
Helen McNicoll
Mary Pratt
Bill Reid
William Ronald (Bill) Reid
Haida Art (Killer Whale and Humans)
sterling silver brooch circa 1957 on verso signed and titled Haida Art
1 5/8 x 2 1/4 in
Rodolphe de Repentigny
Kathleen Morris
Mabel May
William Goodridge Roberts
Alexander Colville
Anne Douglas Savage
A.Y. Jackson
Emily Carr
Paul Rand
Edwin Holgate
J.E.H. MacDonald
Albert Henry Robinson
Arthur Lismer

and others.

Jack Leonard Shadbolt
Arthur Erickson, Happy Xmas
mixed media on paper signed twice, dated 1954 and 1957 and inscribed variously
14 x 26 in

Takao Tanabe
OC 1926
acrylic on canvas

signed and dated 1961
34 x 24 in

Collectors and admirers of artwork by and ephemera from artists of the Beaver Hall Group and Group of Seven would not want to miss this.

You can view the complete auction catalogue of paintings, carvings, mixed media work, jewellery, and more at http://www.heffel.com/auction/Lots_E.aspx?Search=0&ID=0&Page=1

Henrietta Mabel May

1877 - 1971
Entrance to the Garden
oil on canvas circa 1915
22 x 18 in

Heffel Gallery
Spring Auction of Fine Canadian Art
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Vancouver Convention Centre West
Burrard Entrance, Room 211
1055 Canada Place, Vancouver
1st Session at 4:00 pm
2nd Session at 7:00 pm


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